RITA Ora ditched her trousers for a jaw-dropping photoshoot with Primark.
The pop sensation still looked incredible wearing sheer patterned tights with black underwear.
She layered the look with a long white shirt, gold bracelets and black faux leather cowgirl boots.
In other snaps Rita went grunge and modelled baggy combat jeans with a cropped jumper.
She was surrounded by models who sported pieces from her new collection, including a pink fluffy tank top, a fake shearling coat, and chunky black boots.
The 169-piece collection contains a number of autumn staples, such as boots, coats, maxi skirts and knitwear, as well as cropped tees, lace leggings and baseball caps.
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According to Primark, it has been curating the pieces with Hot Right Now singer Rita for nearly two years.
Fashion designer Maddy Page railed against the collection, saying she feels it is a “cover up” for the brand’s standard autumn releases to make the pieces “seem more exciting”
The collection’s coats came most under fire as eagle-eyed shoppers said that they have seen a number of the winter pieces being sold in Primark before.
And it's £45 light pink Faux Fur Coat was blasted on TikTok by content creator Lucy Blu.
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Some critics blasted the fast fashion retailer for “just sticking Rita Ora’s name” on old designs it was already flogging before the launch last week.
Primark said the collection is its “first ever truly international collaboration” and is available in over 430 stores worldwide, including New York and its biggest shop in the world in Birmingham.
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