Rita Ora, the British pop/R&B artist, has a habit of relying on Emilio Pucci for her red carpet appearances so it seems only natural she would depend on the major fashion house to design her wardrobe for her first tour, celebrating her self-titled album. Emilio Pucci’s creative director, Peter Dundas, has been working with the star to create a series of costumes that complement her signature urban glamour, while not straying away from the fashion house’s spring collection. “I was thrilled to design the costumes for Rita’s Radioactive Tour, from the moment I met Rita we’ve had a great connection and doing something like this together felt like only a natural progression,” says Dundas who has designed her tour wardrobe ensuring she can move and dance to her choreography with ease.
Ora kicked off her Radioactive Tour in Manchester, UK, last night wearing a very futuristic fitted metallic bodice and ruffled ball gown. She stepped things up a notch when she tore off the skirt to reveal her metallic leggings and lace up boots, which were, of course, metallic too. The metallic haven isn’t all Dundas had lined up for Rita’s tour. She later took the stage in a camouflage jumpsuit with the her name bedazzled on the back, an oversized khaki cape and a body hugging military suit with matching cap.