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See Rita Ora's Emilio Pucci tour wardrobe

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From Beyonce's Thierry Mugler concert costumes and Madonna’s Super Bowl Givenchy outfits, to Armani for Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Ball –it wouldn’t be a pop diva’s world tour without a high end designer behind the tour wardrobe.

Now Rita Ora is joining the ranks of those stylish songstresses, with an Emilio Pucci stage wardrobe for The Radioactive Tour, which kicked off on Monday.

The How We Do singer, who performed at the British Fashion Awards, worked closely with Pucci’s Peter Dundas to create outfits that reflect her eclectic personal style (which ranges from couture gowns to an urban look of baggy trousers and baseball caps). Key outfits include a military-inspired camouflage jumpsuit and khaki cap, and pieces that reflect Dundas’ glamorous catwalk creations – from a huge cape to a pair of sequinned trousers.

Dundas said he was "thrilled” to be brought on board as designer, stating that he and Rita had always had a “great connection”.

See the costume sketches below – and let us know what you think on twitter @StylistMagazine

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