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Thursday 28 August 2014

Katy Perry walks for Moschino

Katy Perry

Katy Perry and Rita Ora strutted their stuff during Milan Fashion Week yesterday.

The 29-year-old singer showed her support for creative director Jeremy Scott as he made his debut for the label as part of the bi-annual event.

Katy looked glamorous in a black dress with gold chains, featuring the word Moschino in gold metal across her chest.

On top of this she wore a grey wool coat with a similar gold trim and she held the strap of a small black and white bag. Even her gold and black shoes matched the stylish ensemble.

Katy's raven-coloured locks were styled into a neat block bob and her eyes were defined with a touch of dark eyeliner and eyeshadow. To add a fun touch the quirky singer wore a black polka-dot bow in her hair.

Katy wasn't the only singing sensation to take to the catwalk during the designer's production.

British pop star Rita Ora also graced the stage in a more casual number - a long black T-shirt with writing in three different languages on it.

The statement printed on the black top appeared to confirm it was "authentic" to the Moschino brand. Rita also held a bag, which was in the shape of one of the label's iconic leather jackets.

Her platinum blonde locks fell in loose curls and her recognisable red lipstick completed the look perfectly.

"ShowTime!!!! @itsjeremyscott #Moschino #Milan (sic)" Rita wrote on Twitter excitedly before the show.

Both females were in London the day before for the BRIT Awards 2014, where Katy performed her latest single Dark Horse.

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