It’s been a busy week for Rita Ora.
She just launched The Open Mic Project in collaboration with Absolut, which is a project designed to provide a platform for uniting the voices of people across the nation to share their personal stories of acceptance.
She also released a new single, ‘Anywhere,’ and is starring in the highly-anticipated film, ‘Fifty Shades Freed’, so she had a lot of promoting to do in New York City, following her breath-taking appearance at the Fashion Awards on Monday night.
Prada Double Club Miami, A Carsten Holler Project: There’s an incontestable sense of opulence to Rita’s Prada blush-pink suit. Mostly due to the embellished detailing on the jacket which this truly is hero piece, along with her Prada feathered sandals.
iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour: I know many of you aren’t fans of the pyjama trend, but I love the Rococo influence within her Vera Wang Collection ‘Ormalu’ print look. It feels so rich in heritage and luxe in design.
Rita Ora & Absolut Open Mic Project Inspire Acceptance: Rita went mad for plaid in this eclectic Esteban Cortazar Fall 2017 which pays homage to the highlands. This is way too much for my senses, yet she manages to make it work, strangely.
Out In New York: Ya’ll hate the vinyl trouser trend, so can Rita convince you to fall in love with this Ellery Nine to Five Pod vinyl trench coat? Making the look her own, she styled the look with a grommet Miu Miu belt and Stuart Weitzman boots.
Build Presents Rita Ora Discussing The Open Mic Project: Rainbow-bright colours and serious look-at-me shapes unite on this Esteban Cortazar Spring 2018 knit dress. This is a riot of colour I can fully get behind.
Build Presents Exit: Suiting up with military precision, Rita’s exit from the Build Studios in Vera Wang will have you standing to attention.
Out In New York: Rita final look from today is a scrumptious winter wonderland of separates courtesy of Michael Kors Collection, paired with a Max Mara ‘Diritto’ fur trim coat. The snowflake-style shimmering trousers really sold this look to me.
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