Rita Ora Covers ‘The Hundreds Magazine’ Looking 90’s Chic

Published On July 20, 2012 | Celebrities, Fashion, Publications

Rita Ora graces the cover of Vol. 4 Issue 1 of ‘The Hundreds Magazine’ looking 90’s chic as she wears a pair of sunglasses, black hoodie, gold chains, a tube top and cut-out polka-dot leggings.

The 21-year-old ‘Hot Right Now’ singer brings a true meaning to the song in her photo spread as she’s decked out in Hundred’s gear. Ora is definitely smoking as she rocks denim shorts and a blue sports bra with blue kicks and a camouflage jacket all topped off with a snapback on her beautiful blonde hair.

On the inside pages, Ora opens up about a number of topics including her favorite style icon Gwen Stefani, her relationship with Jay-Z and she also gives a few tips for up-and-coming artists.

In the cover shoot video, Ora revealed that: “My influences are basically anyone that really is confident and doesn’t really give a s*it about anything or what anyone thinks.” “[And] anyone that talks about music and obviously cares [and] stands by their point.”

She added, “Confidence gets you a long way.” “And I feel like if you are confident with yourself no one can touch you because… what can they say?”

The Hundreds magazine featuring Rita Ora is available now at The Hundreds flagship stores and authorized retailers.

Check Out Photos From Her Spread Below:


Go Behind-The-Scenes Of Rita Ora’s Cover Shoot Below:

Photo Credit: The Hundreds.

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