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Rita Ora switches on the Oxford Street Christmas lights in Temperley London

On Tuesday (November 7) the festive season was officially kicked off by Rita Ora who switched on the Oxford Street Christmas lights in London on a cold night in the capital.

Unlike Alexa Chung’s perplexing summery look, Rita was well-dressed for the occasion wearing a chunky cable-knit sweater and embroidered maxi skirt from Temperley London’s Fall 2017 collection.

This might just be the most season appropriate look we’ve seen – and are likely to see – this winter.

Rita’s style is usually all about grabbing attention, but on this occasion her red carpet M.O. appeared to be all about keeping warm and presenting the label’s demure charm.

Temperley London Shade Knit Jumper
Temperley London Elsa Skirt

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End Of The Week Red Carpet Roundup

There were so many looks this week, that we’re going to cram them into this final post.

Josephine De La Baume: Attending the ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ world premiere, the French actress opted to infuse her red carpet style with high-voltage seduction courtesy of this Self-Portrait devore mini dress from the Fall 2017 collection. I’m not usually a big fan of platform shoes, but I find myself buying what she’s selling as these Miu Miu Mary Janes add a playful vibe.

Martha Hunt: I love the fashion forward feel of this Off-White c/o Virgil Abloh black cropped blazer and sequin dress from the Fall 2017 collection with simple black pumps. Worn to the World of Children Awards, this was a truly intriguing look I have to say.

Ajak Deng: This saffron yellow Roksanda ‘Tamiko’ jumpsuit from the Fall 2017 collection gave me so much joy at the ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ world premiere. I love the relaxed nature of it all with the chunky heels adding a utilitarian flavour.

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Rita Ora In Tory Burch – BBC Studios

Before the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards, Rita Ora was at the BBC Studios in London the day before on Saturday (October 21).

Celebrating the glories of the season, she cut a sophisticated profile in her Tory Burch Fall 2017 ensemble that had not even the hint of any rebellious style attitude.

I love how the dancer-printed blouse brought an element of feminine whimsy to the corduroy trousers.

It was her monogrammed, winter-white trench coat that really wrapped up the look in classic form, though.

Tory Burch Thomas Coat
Tory Burch Vance Bow Blouse
Tory Burch Tilda Trousers

Rita Ora In Gosha Rubchinskiy & Mulberry – BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards

Rita Ora attended the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards at Wembley Arena on Sunday (October 22) in London alongside Dua Lipa and Camila Cabello.

If you are anything like me you’ll be surprised to learn that this not Burberry.

This check print is synonymous with the brand; and proved to be a big focus for their September 2017 collection which Rihanna has recently worn.

Instead this look came courtesy of Gosha Rubchinskiy’s Spring 2018 collection.

I kinda don’t mind this nostalgic trip down memory lane, as I recall seeing this check print a lot in the 00s before Danniella Westbrook almost single-handedly ruined the brand with one look, but I do object to the socks and loafers combo. It took the look into boy scout territory.

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Rita Ora In Marni – BBC Radio 1

Rita Ora made quite a colourful statement when making her way to the BBC Radio 1 studios in London today (October 20), to promote her new single ‘Anywhere’, which she shot in New York two weeks ago.

Looking like she just stepped off the set from ‘That 70s Show’, the singer turned heads wearing a Marni Fall 2017 nylon knit top, checked trousers, alpaca coat and calf leather sandals.

There is a lot of colours, patterns and textures to contend with here, but I feel like this pulls this off with great aplomb; after all this isn’t her first flirtation with 70s style.

Hit or miss?

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All The Looks From Rita Ora’s ‘Anywhere’ Music Video Shoot

With a dizzying and dazzling array of wardrobe changes, Rita Ora whisked through eight ensembles while filming her new ‘Anywhere’ music video in New York City on Thursday (October 5). Although many of the looks had a distinctly ‘Rita’ aesthetic, it looks like the sartorial story was also inspired by ‘Sex and the City,’ which naturally created a host of even more memorably modish moments for the singer.

First up, the performer hit the NYC streets, but it was her high boots that did all the walking in this Off White Fall 2017 look that she translated straight from the runway. Electric-blue will always capture my affection, and that didn’t change here with this lush, velveteen coat-dress that was balanced by the quirkiness of the plaid footwear. Alexis Bittar earrings completed this enchanting-cool, fall look.

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