Contrary to what Rob Kardashian may think, Rita Ora is winning, and continues to do so from the cover of Harper's Bazaar UK.
The British babe is the cover girl of the January issue of the magazine, and although we haven’t gotten the first glimpse of the cover, the behind the scenes video gives the audience a first-hand account of what we can expect.
Check out some excerpts from the upcoming interview and the behind the scenes video below, where Rita talks about some of her favorite fashion trends, and her biggest fashion peeves.
On the music she listened to growing up:
“Growing up I loved Beyoncé and Gwen Stefani because they were honest girls, but people always need a new role model relevant to them. I find it exciting that girls have really connected with me and my music and that I have the power to change someone’s life in three minutes, to wake them up.”
On performing with Chris Martin:
“Performing in front of 50,000 people was such a great confidence-booster. Me and Chris Martin are similar onstage – we don’t do the same thing twice. It made me feel like I could take over the world.”
On her boy-girl style:
“I love flamboyancy and glamour and elegance. I love that over-exaggerated style. I’m a boy girl. I love my trainers and mixing comfort with sleek, clean lines.”
On collaborating with her favourite British band, Mumford & Sons:
“I would love to do a collaboration with them. Coming from the UK feels like the coolest thing in the world right now.”
Be sure to head over to Harper's Bazaar UK for more.