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Rita Ora shares striking Cavalli snaps

Published 09/07/2014

Rita Ora
Rita Ora

Rita Ora has shared photos from her Roberto Cavalli Fall 14 campaign.

The 23-year-old singer was announced as the new face of the designer label's Fall 14 campaign earlier this year and has now shared the final photos on her Instagram account.

Being described as Marilyn Monroe-esque, Rita's short blonde locks have been styled to resemble the late star's iconic hairdo as she strikes an array of poses.

One shot shows her lounging on a sofa with an oversized jewelled bag covering her, under which she is wearing a sequined grey number. Keeping up the stunning look, Rita also wears dangling earrings and keeps her make-up natural with nude lips and a subtle cat eye finish.

"#RitaOraForCavalli #ReginaBag @eva_cavalli@francescocarrozzini @roberto_cavalli (sic)" she captioned the snap, also referring to the designer's wife Eva and photographer Francesco Carrozzini.

While this photo shows off Rita's flawless pins, another of her in an open blazer with no top on underneath is more revealing. The patterned jacket matches the trousers she is wearing, and she accessorises with a fringed black studded bag.

Getting even more into the Marilyn mindset, a third snap sees Rita wearing a printed halter-neck dress with a racer back and long skirt. The British songstress appears to be mid spin as she grins at the camera with the bottom of the dress in flowing in the air.

It was in April when Rita teased the news of landing the huge campaign. She posted several photos of herself embracing Eva online, tagging one: "Get ready bots we might have another surprise for you (sic)".

This role adds to Rita's already successful fashion catalogue, including being the face of Donna Karan's DKNY My NY fragrance and a collaboration with sportswear brand Adidas. She has also made a name for herself in the beauty world, collaborating with cosmetics giant Rimmel.

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