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Rita Ora is eye catching at Elle event

Published 11/04/2013

Rita Ora
Rita Ora

Rita Ora stole the show at last night’s ELLE Women in Music Celebration dressed in an unusual Saint Laurent designed ensemble.

The 22-year-old singer opted for the Saint Laurent designed outfit for the event held in New York City.

The chart topper added a large black floppy hat to her black and white creation, which included a longer train section at the back.

Rita stuck to her signature red lips and kept the rest of her make-up fresh and flawless.

The soiree was hosted by Covergirl cosmetics this year, and Rita displayed a cool blue manicure as the finishing colour pop to her look.

Later in the evening Rita changed into a second ensemble to perform on stage.

Removing her oversized hat, Rita revealed a softer image dressed in a gorgeous champagne coloured dress with gold overlay by Chloe.

Also present at the event was Destiny’s Child singer Kelly Rowland, who went for a more understated look at the red carpet arrivals.

Kelly was demure dressed in a simple white T-shirt, black leather pants, black and silver sandals and a statement necklace.

Like Rita, Kelly also showed off a fabulous manicure, with peach her shade of choice for the occasion.

Singer Martha Wainwright opted for an understated look, wearing a white slogan print T-shirt and a grey pleated skirt.

Model Jessica White flashed her toned stomach in an on-trend crop top and printed maxi skirt. She added some peep toe boots to complete her fashionable ensemble.

The annual event held by the US edition of ELLE magazine honours women in music. This year the celebration ties in with the May issue, which has three cover stars from the industry. Rita joins Adele and Alicia Keys as the three females chosen.

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