Rita Ora Reveals New Pop Art-Inspired Workout Clothes for Adidas
Celebrity fitness lines keep getting better. See the brightly colored, boldly patterned collection Adidas Originals will debut this spring
Singer and actress Rita Ora's latest collection for Adidas brings quirky style to the gym with pop art graphics reminiscent of modern artist Roy Lichtenstein, the man who made comic strips cool. Ora is the first female artist to collaborate with Adidas, and her fashions make just as much as a statement as her new post with the brand does. This collection-which features high-waisted spandex pants, boxy tees, crop tops, patterned jumpsuits, tracksuits and brightly colored kicks right in line with the singer's sporty aesthetic-is actually the singer's third of five capsule collections for Adidas (her first was streetwear-inspired, her second was an ode to florals and graffiti). She says she hopes this bold line-up will spark optimism, confidence and creativity-and no doubt it will look great with a pair of red lips, Ora's signature. You'll even see her bright lips appear on the Stan Smiths in the collection. (For more celeb-inspired fitness fashion, see The Best Celebrity Fitness Lines of 2014.)
See our favorite looks from the collection before it launches at adidas.com on March 1.
Can't get enough of the latest Adidas collection? Check out Ora modeling her own designs: