British pop star shines in Cong Tri outfits on world tour

By Ngoc Dinh   March 20, 2019 | 08:43 am GMT+7

British pop star Rita Ora is wearing two outfits of Vietnamese designer Cong Tri during her 3-month world tour.

Ora is using the dresses during her three-month (March 1 – May 29) Phoenix tour comprising 20 shows in various places around the world.

She joins a selection of world famous celebrities who have chosen to use Cong Tri’s creations, like Katy Perry, Rihana, actresses Kate Bosworth and Katherine McNamar.

After Cong Tri debuted in New York Fashion Week last February, he has received orders from stylists for several global stars including Rita Ora.

After receiving Ora’s order, Cong Tri and his crew sketched designs and produced the garments in three days, with the British pop star not asking for a lot of changes.

Photo courtesy of Rita Ora instagram

Rita Ora wears a bodysuit with puffed sleeves and corset-styled chest. Photo courtesy of Rita Ora instagram

The first costume is a bodysuit with puffed sleeves, customized shoulders and the chest details crafted in corset style.

Photo courtesy of Rita Ora instagram 

Rita Ora wears a red dress designed by Cong Tri. Photo courtesy of Rita Ora instagram

Rita Ora also shines in the second of Cong Tri’s costumes, consisting of a red jumpsuit with deep cut in the chest.

Rita Ora, born in 1990, is a British singer and a judge in famous talent show The Voice UK. She has won several awards including the Bambi Award 2015, and Global award for Best pop singer in 2017 and 2018. She was selected by Harper’s Bazaar magazine as Woman of the year in 2013.

Cong Tri, who studied industrial art at Ho Chi Minh City University of Architecture, is a leading designer on Vietnam’s fashion scene, presenting his work in Italy, the U.K. and Japan.

He made his debut at the New York Fashion Week this February, becoming the first Vietnamese designer to do so. His collection was covered by fashion magazine Vogue and received considerable acclaim.

Rita Ora performed on stage in Manila, Philippines. Video acquired by VnExpress

 
 
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