Singer, Rita Ora struggles to ascend the stairs on the Met Gala’s red carpet thanks to the intricate trail on her daring and dazzling feathered ballgown designed by Vera Wang.
Rita Ora pictured wearing a gown made entirely of silver feathers, which caused an unfortunate hitch when it came to scaling the stairs at the landmark
British popstar, Rita Ora, who is no stranger to the more daring side of red carpet glamour, arrived at the Met Gala in a flesh-flashing frock, which ensured that all eyes were on her as she sashayed up the red carpet.
The 25-year-old singer who arrived at the event held at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, opted for a daring and quirky look – wearing a gown made entirely of silver feathers, which caused an unfortunate hitch when it came to scaling the stairs at the landmark.
The head-turning creation ensured that Rita’s turn on the red carpet was one of the most-talked about arrivals of the entire night, with the Vera Wang (whom she arrived alongside) creation making sure the X Factor judge retained her fashionista credentials.
And it seem that she’d taken a unique approach to the dress code theme of ‘Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology’, opting for a mix of the natural world and metallic man-made elements.
Composed entirely of silver feathers intricately sewn together, the top half of the frock left modesty at the door, with Rita flashing more than a hint of cleavage thanks to the halter-neck torso’s revealing keyhole panel.
Featuring semi-sheer paneling, the dress allowed the X Factor judge to flash plenty of flesh, while the sweeping design of the garment ensured that she avoided any wardrobe malfunction.