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Rita Ora can't keep her hands off her Tezenis velvet bodysuit

Published 09/11/2016

Rita Ora
Rita Ora

Rita Ora admires stars like Gwen Stefani who aren't afraid to experiment with their looks.

Rita Ora can’t help but touch her chest in public while wearing her velvet bodysuit.

The Poison singer teamed up with Italian label Tezenis on a capsule lingerie collection earlier this year (16), smouldering in the campaigns to accompany the line. She wears her own designs on a regular basis and finds they’re so comfortable that she can’t control her hands.

“I can’t get enough of the bodysuits from my Tezenis range,” she gushed to Britain’s Glamour magazine. “I like the velvet piece, too – it’s so soft that I accidentally feel up my own boobs when I’m out in public!”

When she isn’t scantily clad, 25-year-old Rita likes to go all out on the red carpet, citing her navy Marchesa dress from the 2015 Oscars as her all time favourite look.

As for her style icons, the blonde beauty loves anyone who’s out there with their aesthetic.

“Kate Moss, Gwen Stefani and Bianca Jagger. I admire the way they carry clothes with confidence,” she noted. “They’re not afraid to try a look they haven’t done before.”

She’s also a big fan of jewellery, sharing her most-loved trinkets.

“When I turned 18, my mum got my sister and I matching Cartier rings,” she smiled. “We also got matching Cartier bracelets when my album went to number one, so I wear those pieces every day.”

To top things off Rita has some dressing table essentials she applies before leaving the house. One of these is Le Labo’s Santal 33 fragrance, which has spice and violet notes.

For her make-up Rita looks no further than her own line with Rimmel London, adding: “I like the reddest red lip, a strong eye and lots of mascara.”

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