Rita Ora is known for taking a fashion risk and she certainly lived up to this reputation as she kicked off her Radioactive tour in Manchester last night.
The Hot Right Now singer brought her custom-made, Emilio Pucci tour wardrobe to life on the stage.
Rita, 22, showcased a selection of futuristic, high-fashion looks designed for her personally by Peter Rundas, Artistic Director of Emilio Pucci.
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The Kosovan-born singer worked with Peter to create her edgy tour wardrobe, which featured a metallic dress with straight arms and a tight, fitted bodice.
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Rita’s dress also had an oversized, ruffled ballgown that made the star look statuesque.
Jay-Z’s protégé removed the skirt to reveal a pair of sparkly silver leggings later in the show, which she teamed with metallic, lace-up boots.
'From the moment I met Rita we've had a great connection and doing something like this together felt like only a natural progression,' said the designer.
'The costumes have impact and flamboyance in a way that feels personal to Rita whilst staying true to the Emilio Pucci aesthetic.'
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Rita’s Radioactive tour wardrobe channeled Emilio Pucci’s Spring / Summer 2013 catwalk collection, which featured plenty of futuristic style designs.
During Milan Fashion Week SS13, Pucci models walked the catwalk in edgy, urban looks that were similar in style to Rita’s.
One of the models donned a two-piece graphic print suit with ski goggles, while another wore a transparent rain mac with waisted detail.
We can’t wait to see what Rita will wear on the rest of the Radioactive tour.
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