PIC: Rita Ora is set to launch her new collection for Tezenis
Fashion | 2 March 2017, 12:00pm
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Tezenis has never collaborated with anyone before and I love to build with a brand and create a story, says Rita Ora. PICTURE: Instagram
Rita Ora is set to launch her new collection for Tezenis this week, and she is so excited for the big unveil on Friday.
The 26 year old singer who was named the face of the fashion house in 2015 and has fronted their campaigns since is set to reveal the brand's new line on Friday 3 March, and she is so excited for the big unveil.
Alongside a short video of the new campaign, which the blonde beauty shared on her Instagram account, she wrote: "So excited for you to discover my new @tezenisofficial collection!!! (sic)."
The 'Black Widow' hit-maker also has praised the creative team as being so supportive and passionate and a privilege to work with. She continued: "I love working with this team they are so supportive and passionate. i could not choose a better team to work on this project with! Thank you all for your support and I'm so excited for you to see it, March 3rd. Love Rita x (sic)."
And the 'Fifty Shades of Grey' actress who plays the role of Mia Grey in the erotic film alongside Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan has always been a fan of the Italian lingerie company because their designs always fit the changing size of her breasts.
Speaking previously, the vocalist said: "I did this was because I always struggle to find bras that fit. I'm a 34DD when I'm at that time of the month and when I'm not, it's 34D. I used Tezenis products and I enjoyed them, and I'm not saying this because I endorse them, but because I wear them."
Meanwhile, Rita has admitted she accepted the opportunity to represent the firm because they had never collaborated with a celebrity before, and she wanted to create a story with them. Speaking about her partnership with the high street label, she said: "Tezenis has never collaborated with anyone before and I love to build with a brand and create a story."