November 23 18 | fashion
She has never been so sure.
It may seem that Rita Ora has been a prominent feature of the music and culture of UK pop culture for a while, but in reality she is only releasing her second album.
The problems with record labels mean that Phoenix, which launched today, has been a long time coming. Fortunately, even when Ora has not been making new music, it remains a constant feature on both the stage and the red carpet.
This means that the 27-year-old singer has really had time to fine-tune her personal sense of style, which is eclectic, to say the least.
A quick look at Instagram shows you how often Ora changes her hairstyle, long, blonde and poker directly to red and choppy in the blink of an eye, and her sartorial decisions are just as diverse.
The fashion and beauty brands are very aware of the attractiveness of Ora, and has made notable collaborations with people like Adidas and Rimmel.
Outside of these great collaborations, Ora is one of the most interesting faces of fashion at the moment, and here are some of his key looks.
2018 has really been the year of pure. The tracks and the red carpets are full of transparent dresses, and Ora joined this trend for the MTV Video Music Awards in August. She wore a Jean Paul Gaultier couture dress that was definitely not for the timid and the retiring. Pray later told Vogue that he wanted the night's look to reflect his "tense and hard side".
Even though the fashion world is breaking through, Ora has been in the hype almost naked for a long time. We can not really blame her for the fact that she only wore suits and cut tops when she performed on stage, not only does she look amazing, but it gives her much more freedom to carry out those complicated dance moves.
And in case you're wondering how it keeps toned Ora, it seems like it's a daily circuit workout. She tells Shape: "I usually exercise for one or two hours, depending on how much time I have, I do three circuits and I repeat it three times, I focus mainly on my thighs and my butt, so I do a lot of squats and lifting. of weights, and I do a cardio circuit. "
Keeping it with class
As expected, Ora can really deliver when it comes to big events. Take advantage of this year's Met Ball, whose theme was Celestial Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination, where Ora dressed from head to toe in Prada. Her black dress had a long train of gauze and was pure elegance, and the singer made sure to pay tribute to the theme with her extravagant headdress adorned with black roses.
Even in big events like this, Ora stays true to his peculiar style, in this case, with the addition of a bright yellow bag.
Ora tends to leave her hair slightly curly when it gives her a lot of elegance, like when she attended an Oscar party wearing a red Zuhair Murad dress. The overall impression was of Old Hollywood glamor, and it looked totally effortless.
For the Brit Awards this year, Ora went for the romantic princess's route with a soft pale blue dress by Ralph and Russo. Definitely, this is a lot of dress to take off, but Ora makes sure that she is wearing the dress, and not wearing it.
Although there is no doubt that Ora can do elegance when he wants, what we really appreciate is his experimentation. She is not someone who plays safely when it comes to her fashion choices. Who else would walk on the red carpet dressed in a bathrobe with a towel on his head?
Honestly, we bowed to Ora in this case, because he managed to get out of the shower looking glamorous. And as an added bonus, he would not have needed to bother drying and combing his hair for this look.
Or what happened when Ora showed up at the Radio 1 Teen Awards dressed in the iconic Burberry nova check, complete with the matching hat?
Considering how loose and noisy the dress was, we can safely assume that Ora was having a lot of fun with her.
Combining neon colors, gauze layers, floral appliques and gloves up to the elbows, this is the kind of eclectic set that would seem a bit strange to anyone else, but totally at home in Ora.
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