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17.07.17 Sidewalk Style

Rita Ora In Off-White for FWRD & Fleur Du Mal – Catch LA

Bringing her pyjama party to Catch, Rita Ora was seen at the LA hotspot on Thursday (July 13).

Forget cocktail-chic, Rita was sleepwear-chic in her Off-White for FWRD pajama set.

To go with the slinky, boudoir-ready separates, she wore a Fleur Du Mal tank top and piles of necklaces that did help to diffuse the nightwear influence just a bit—although her furry heels were bedroom slippers in stiletto form.

This is not the first time we’ve seen a PJs-inspired look—and it surely won’t be the last. And why would it when ultimate comfort can co-exist with a devil-may-care, detachedly cool attitude.

Off-White for FWRD Pajama Shirt
Off-White for FWRD Pajama Pant
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11.07.17

Rita Ora In Vivienne Westwood Couture – Cartier London Event

Rita Ora was spotted making her way home from a Cartier event held in London on Monday (July 10), where she performed for assembled guests.

Opting for Cartier red, the singer looked ravishing wearing a sensual corseted Vivienne Westwood Couture piece with an eye-popping neckline.

This is why I will never tired of Westwood’s designs; it’s like the brand has discovered how to reinvent the wheel, especially under the stewardship of Andreas Kronthaler.

“Where are her Cartier jewels?” I hear you say.

Judging by Rita’s instagram she was decked out with exceptional pieces from their High Jewellery collection, but clearly handed them back at the end of the night.

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Rita Ora In Chanel – The Serpentine Galleries Summer Party

What we like / loathe / love (delete as appropriate) about Rita Ora, is that she’s never predictable.

On Wednesday (June 28), she was giving us gothic glam for The Serpentine Galleries Summer Party in London.

After her recent bright and bold appearances this dark, period-style Chanel Pre-Fall 2017 look was a shock, especially as she wore it to a summer party.

The velvet fluted sleeves, power-shoulders, and full skirt feel reminiscent of bygone years whilst a cat-eye flick and bold red lip are thoroughly modern styling choices.

I adore the open back, which provides some relief from all the black and the equally outrageous and intricate hair accessory which adds to the drama.

Were the white heeled shoe boots a touch too costume-like for this look?

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28.06.17

Rita Ora Performs At Annabel’s In Paco Rabanne

Rita Ora performed her new single, ‘Your Song,’ at a VIP Party at Annabel’s in London on Tuesday (June 27).

With glitzy influences, she had a Studio 54 moment in this Paco Rabanne shiny mini.

Accessorised with a playfully curled updo along with gigantic square earrings and gold Santoni ‘Ayers’ sandals, her styling was an effortless complement to ensure that the look didn’t smack too much of try-hard.

Yet, the main issue that cannot be ignored was that the girls were in desperate need of some support. This was not the time to go bra-less.

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Rita Ora In Ellery – Out In New York

Rita Ora continued to think inside the box for her New York City street style, when she was seen out and about to promote her new single ‘Your Song’ on Tuesday (June 20).

Donning another boxy suit—this version hailed from the Ellery Resort 2018 collection— she not only embraced the out-sized shape but also another radiant colour in this sky-blue hue.

Slightly off-kilter with its alignment of white buttons and baggy, borrowed-from-the-boys pants, the suit still suffered no lack of sophistication on Rita who dictates this silhouette quite well.

I love how she brought a sleek edge to the proportions with her straight locks, glam pink shades, and blush sandals.

The vote was split on her boxy lime-green suit from yesterday. How does this one fare?

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Rita Ora In Osman – Out In New York City

Rita Ora’s traffic-stopping potential was at its pinnacle when she was spotted out and about in New York City on Monday (June 19).

Bedecked in a neon, lime-green Osman Pre-Fall 2017 suit, she couldn’t have been missed from near or far as she lit up the sidewalk with her bright, striking style.

Rita is no stranger to exploring oversized, menswear-inspired influences. And the same goes for this ensemble with its boxy, tailored jacket and chain detail.

Yet, the structured appeal managed to stay firmly in place, especially with the slimmer trousers. The metallic sandals were also a good choice to lengthen the silhouette and allure.

Jennifer Fisher hooped earrings completed her look.

Was this green look a go or a no for you?

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