Rita Ora dyes her hair to attend launch of Italian Glamour Exhibition

 Rita Ora dyes her hair to attend launch of Italian Glamour Exhibition

She’s not afraid to try out new styles but singer Rita Ora may have gone a step too far as she stepped out on Tuesday night. Attending a private dinner to celebrate the launch of the Glamour of Italian Fashion 1945-2014 exhibition at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum, Rita looked like she was in fancy dress. Rita Ora imagesThe 23-year-old chose to spray her normally platinum blonde locks bright white which made her look like she was heading out to some sort of fancy dress party. She coiffed her unusual locks into an up do and contrasted her hair with a slick of her trademark red lippy, no doubt by Rimmel, a cosmetics brand she is currently the face of. Rita Ora Roberto Cavalli dress was by far a classier choice as the long, cream embellished number suited her down to the ground.

Rita OraShe accessorized with a white fur collar which complemented her new hair color somewhat and helped her to stand out at the A-list filled bash. Other celebrities who attended included supermodel Naomi Campbell and actress Elizabeth Hurley who both chose striking black gowns for the event. Pregnant supermodel Erin O’Connor chose to cover up her bump at the bash by wearing a purple smock dress.

Rita OraAnd Nancy Dell’Olio had a bit of a fashion miss in a black silk mini dress which she teamed with matching knee-high boots. The exhibition will cover post-war dressmakers to the remarkable fashion empires like Prada, Giorgio Armani and Dolce & Gabbana that dominate the catwalk today.

Rita OraTo illustrate how up-to-the-minute this exhibition will be, it will display spring-summer 2014 looks from the collections of Miu Miu, Antonio Marras and Fausto Puglisi. There will also be a couture evening gown and menswear from recent Valentino collections and will open this spring, from April 5 to July 27. -Dailymail

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