You know, I really need everyone to stop sleeping on Ciara. Homegirl is 12 feet tall, 8 pounds and we're all just hanging from her impossibly high cheekbones -- not to mention she makes great music (2013's Ciara was damn near flawless) and is the best female dancer in the game (sorry, Bey).
Clearly Roberto Cavalli recognizes a star when he sees one, casting the R&B diva in his fall campaign.
Call the coroner.
'Cause Cici's killing it.
Speaking with Style.com, Ciara discussed how she casually came about musing for the Italian house: "I had a marvelous night dancing with Mr. Cavalli last fall in Dubai --"
"-- and now my dream of being in one of their campaigns has come true."
The songstress added that she was "honored" to be the face of the campaign and was looking forward to working with her pal and new Cavalli creative director Peter Dundas, formerly of Pucci.
Of course, lest we forget, this isn't Cici's first time at the high fashion rodeo. She's long been a muse for BFF Riccardo Tisci over at Givenchy, which gave us this bit of Vogue Paris gagstravaganza:
Wake up, people! Ciara's giving you life and you're not even paying attention.
So get out those pads and start taking notes at Ciara's fall campaign video for Roberto Cavalli, shot by shot by Francesco Carrozzini and styled by Robert Rabensteiner, below:
And just for high kicks, here's a bit of Ciara snatching wigs left and right during this epic SNL performance: