Rita Ora wows in red thigh-high patent boots for new music video

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  • Rita Ora
    Rita Ora
    British singer, songwriter and actress
Rita Ora wore some striking footwear to film her latest music video. (Getty Images)
Rita Ora wore some striking footwear to film her latest music video. (Getty Images)

She has her pick of designer fashion – but even Rita Ora seemed in awe of the striking footwear she got to wear for her latest music video.

The singer, 31, joked that she had fallen for the pair of red patent-leather thigh-high boots that she donned for filming, along with a high-necked black body and fluffy navy coat.

Ora posed for a post on Instagram while on the set of the video for new song Follow Me.

Captioning a carousel of images, she wrote: "Always thinking about these boots."

Ora's striking footwear is by designer label Saint Laurent, and cost £1,405 on Net-A-Porter.

The Italian-made boots, which also come in black, are from the luxury French brand's Autumn/Winter 2020 collection.

They feature 110mm heels and have a "close, leg-lengthening fit".

Social media followers singled out the boots for praise, with one describing them with 'flame' emojis, and another commenting "THE BOOOOTS".

It comes after Ora recently revealed that she previously mistook her panic attacks for asthma after finding herself struggling to breathe.

The singer opened up about how her anxiety dates back to her teens when her mother Vera was told she had breast cancer.

She told The Independent: "I went to the doctors. I was like, 'I think I have asthma.'

"I didn’t realise it was a panic attack. I think the word 'panic attack' freaked me out."

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