Say what you want about Rita Ora, but the British singer certainly isn’t boring.
Boasting a wardrobe packed with feathers, leather, lace, chunky boots and (what seems like) hundreds of thigh-high split dresses, Rita’s outfits certainly pack a punch. Much like her music.
She’s no wallflower: Rita’s red carpet looks range from behind-baring gowns to side-boob-showing numbers – and she’s not afraid to free the nipple, either. The pop star likes to make an impact.
The ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ star’s outfits are largely created by British designers. Despite being born in Kosova, Rita grew up in London and regularly supports UK brands including Julien Macdonald, Vivienne Westwood and Henry Holland.
But that’s not to say she doesn’t like overseas labels, too. Marchesa, Marc Jacobs, Donna Karen, Jean Paul Gaultier and Prada are all brands Rita’s worn.
Over the years she’s tried her hand at modelling, too, and previously fronted the campaign for Madonna’s fashion line, Material Girl. She’s got a number of fashion collaborations under her belt, too, and has worked with DKNY, Roberto Cavalli and Adidas – to name a few.
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