Rita Ora Slays on the Cover of Harper’s Bazaar Singapore
Rita Ora has had a rough ride in the music industry but that doesn't stop the British beauty from landing mag covers.
Her latest is the cover of Harper's Bazaar Singapore where the 25-year-old singer stands boldly in an oriental-inspired dress.
However, we're a little confused as to by the magazine placed a huge caption that reads "Asian Power" at the bottom of the page. Ora is of Albanian descent -- a country in Europe, last we checked. Ora has been promoting her Asian-inspired Adidas fashion line which includes a "kimono tee."
Since debuting in 2012, Ora has had a tumultuous relationship with her label, Roc Nation -- so much so that she's been suing Jay Z to get out of her contract. Along with the comparisons to Rihanna -- who also has a fashion line with Adidas and is signed to Roc Nation, Ora has barely been able to release music, she says. However, the Roc Nation leader isn't having it and countersued for $2.4 million. Yikes.
Ora has also covered Lui Magazine -- where she went topless, SELF Magazine and Flare Magazine. She's also been making some headway with music as she dropped the Chris Brown-featured video for "Body on Me" last year. The steamy clip was met with rave reviews.
But the blonde ingenue still has a ways to go.
In an interview with SELF, Ora explained the future she wants to have for herself. “I see myself as a 360 artist, not just one-laned. I like to do everything. I have this vision of building an empire and leaving it to my family,” she said.
We hear you Rita! Check out some pieces from her fashion line below.