Rita Ora is the face of the ’90s — at least for The Hundreds magazine’s latest issue. The Hackney Weekend performer covers the clothing line’s latest installment wearing a black bra, polka dot cutout pants (which we don’t really recall from that decade), an unzipped black jacket, dark shades and lots of gold bling. In her spread, the ORA artist sports several other midriff-bearing tops, denim and a camouflage top.
Below, the Brit opens up in an on-set interview about her major influences, her song writing process and dispenses advice for people of any age. One thing she doesn’t discuss in this behind-the-scenes clip: Which pop stars are “aliens”.
On her influences: “Basically anyone that really is confident and doesn’t really give a shit about what anyone thinks… [and] stands by their point.”
Rita’s advice: “… just know yourself… Confidence gets you a long way. And I feel like if you’re confident with yourself, no one can touch you.”