Belfast Telegraph

Monday 22 September 2014

Rita Ora glam for Superga

Rita Ora
Rita Ora
Rita Ora
Rita Ora
Rita Ora arrives for The Elle Style Awards 2012 at The Savoy Hotel

Rita Ora displays a glamorous and easygoing appearance as she poses for the Superga Spring/Summer 13 campaign.

The singer is seen showing off the sneaker brand's Spring/Summer 13 collection whilst posing in her recording studio.

Among the styles Rita models are the Italian footwear brand's white classics as well as metallic bootie versions of the shoes.

The chart topper pairs casual pumps with lacy pink shorts and an off-the-shoulder sweater for one look, while she rocks her signature maxi-dress style in another.

The 22-year-old manages to pull off a girly-meets-tomboy vibe perfectly as a result of carefully-placed accessories, such as pink frilly socks and a high-drama make-up look.

These feminine touches combine with the boyish sneakers to make Rita look cute and carefree.

The star was announced as the new face of the brand last year. She took over from previous Superga icon, British fashionista Alexa Chung, who gave the new ambassador her blessing.

"[Alexa is] happy that the brand will continue with such a talented new signing," Superga announced. "[We chose Rita for the role as she has] shaken up the fashion world with her street-luxe signature style."

Rita rocked a laidback and easygoing appearance yesterday where she was spotted at Narita International Airport in Japan, sporting a deluxe Hermès bag while wheeling a mini ladybird suitcase.

Rita looked stunning despite wearing little make-up and without her trademark red lips.

She added a printed boyfriend shirt, loose-fit trousers, worker boots and a backwards cap to perfect her airport style.

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