Don't ever say Rita Ora doesn't keep you entertained.
Even just looking at photos of her outfits is fascinating!
The singer performed at the iHeartRadio Live UK Rocks Series presented by Bloomingdale's in NYC on Thursday and amused us with two wonderfully wacky ensems!
For the red carpet portion of the event, she rocked a striped mink Fendi sweater and black & white fur slit skirt, which she paired with fur-trimmed leather Fendi booties.
On stage, she debuted a flashy yellow A-line John Galliano dress with floral appliqués, and stomped around in a pair of matching yellow bow wedges that were more like sculptures than shoes! LOVES IT!
The furry look is a little much, but the Galliano number kicks major booty! And the addition of the pink tips to her hair? Fab!
[Image via Getty Images.]
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May the fashion gods please wave their magic wands and make this happen!
Oscar de la Renta has been vocal about his support for John Galliano for a while now, even letting him spend three weeks at his atelier during Fashion Week in February.
Afterwards, the designer admitted that he'd like to work with Galliano again in the future, and now it looks like it could really be happening!
Alex Bolen, CEO of Oscar de la Renta, Inc. recently said:
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Oscar de la Renta continues to show John Galliano love long after Galliano helped the iconic designer prepare for his A/W 2013 collection in February.
In a new interview clip, the 81-year-old once again praises John's talent and talks about why he chose to allow him to work in his atelier.
He also has some advice for the long-suffering wife of Anthony Weiner, Huma Abedin. Maybe she'll listen to her wedding dress designer!
Listen to Oscar's words of wisdom in the video (above)!
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In a dark room with just a single table between them, John Galliano gives his first television interview to Charlie Rose since being fired from Christian Dior more than two years ago.
While he opened up to Ingrid Sischy for the Vanity Fair interview, actually seeing John and hearing him tell his emotional story is a totally different experience!
The 52-year-old is almost unrecognizable with his hair slicked back into a ponytail and dressed very conservatively (especially for him!) in a blue dress shirt and navy blazer.
And though Rose creates a somber but calm atmosphere, John's fear and nervousness are clearly visible on his pained, makeup-free face.
Watch an excerpt (above) from the interview, and check out two more heartfelt clips…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Remember that little rumor about John Galliano chatting with Charlie Rose?
Turns out it's 100% TRUE!
Thanks to his good friend, Oscar de la Renta, the designer is scheduled to sit down with the PBS talk show host for an hour-long interview tomorrow.
John's publicist Liz Rosenberg said of the upcoming interview, which will have zero commercials or breaks of any kind:
We hope you're sitting down; this is EXPLOSIVE!
Getting candid in his first interview since his anti-Semitic rantings cost him his job and reputation, John Galliano speaks with Vanity Fair's Ingrid Sischy about his drug addiction, his personal demons, and the night at the Paris cafe that changed everything.
Recalling the infamous night in 2010, John admitted:
"It’s the worst thing I have said in my life, but I didn’t mean it. . . . I have been trying to find out why that anger was directed at this race. I now realize I was so f***ing angry and so discontent with myself that I just said the most spiteful thing I could."
Wow. And that's just the beginning!
Read the rest of the HIGHlights…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
John Galliano is not letting his cancelled Parsons workshop get him down.
The designer is scheduled for a major interview with Vanity Fair magazine, and now there are reports that he may be doing a TV interview with Charlie Rose of PBS as well.
His publicist, Liz Rosenberg, quickly shut down the rumor, saying:
"There are no plans in place regarding TV appearances for John at this time."
Then again, publicists always deny before it all comes out as true anyway. They just want us off the scent!
Plus, Rose's executive producer, Yvette Vega, seemed interested in the idea of a possible Galliano interview. She said:
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