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Rita Ora Announces Collaboration with Giuseppe Zanotti

International superstar Rita Ora has just announced via Twitter a new collaboration with none other than Giuseppe Zanotti. She tweeted her reveal on Wednesday, January 23, 2019, making her collection one of the earliest big fashion launches of the year!

Ora took to Twitter to say:

In addition to revealing the collaboration, she also revealed that the full collection launches tomorrow, January 24, 2019, at Saks in Los Angeles. Moreover, the collection has more than just her name attached to it: its items are based on her own jewelry, making this collection that much more personal (and it makes us want to buy it that much more).

Giuseppe Zanotti also took to Twitter to discuss the collection. He tweeted:

Zanotti notes that the most recent edition of Elle Magazine holds a sneak peek of the collaboration, so if you want to know more before the launch tomorrow, Elle might be the place to look! Having said that, we can tell from the photo in his tweet that it’s going to be stunning.

Recently, in November 2018, Ora released her sophomore album, Phoenix. The album marked a musical revival for the artist, spawned the massive hit “Let You Love Me,” and featured top artists such as Cardi B, Bebe Rexha, Charli XCX, and Julia Michaels. Now, with her music career stronger than ever, we’re beyond excited to see all of the opportunities this artist is receiving.

For more updates, follow both Rita Ora and Giuseppe Zanotti on their social media! Ora can be found @RitaOra on Twitter and on Instagram. Zanotti can be found @giuseppezanotti on Twitter and on Instagram.

Are you as excited for this collection as we are? Comment below and tweet us @Fuzzable with all of your excitement and opinions! And don’t forget to use #GZxRitaOra to discuss the collection!

Written by Preston Smith

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