Err, Is Rita Ora Wardrobe Sharing With Karl Lagerfeld?

Err, Is Rita Ora Wardrobe Sharing With Karl Lagerfeld?

Wait, are we 100% certain this isn't Karl Lagerfeld? Or is it our April cover star Rita Ora trying to pull a fast one on us?

Rita Ora is fast becoming a major source of daily outfit inspo ever since she settled back into London living after spending months on the road. 

Now that the paps have taken up residency outside her West End pad, barely a day goes by when her latest get-up isn't snapped. This week alone we've seem her work tricky trends like head-to-toe pink, styling a skirt over trousers and take the sports luxe trend to a whole new level in her platformed sneakers and bright legging combo. 

And while her most recent look may be the most paired back of the lot, it's the one that's got us talking for a fairly obvious reason. 

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Stepping out this morning, Rita looks like she's trying to get in the good books of the Kaiser of fashion Karl Lagerfeld by, well, dressing as him. You know what they say; imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, eh Karl? 

Rocking an all-black ensemble consisting of skinny jeans, a tailored blazer and an unbuttoned shirt and, of course, statement shades, Rita's outfit looks just like the one Karl himself has sported since 1982. If that doesn't hold claim to it, we don't know what will... 

However, the most Karl-esque aspect of Rita's look has to be her hair. Now white blonde in tone and styled into a quiff with the longer lengths draping down her back, her tresses couldn't be closer to his if she tried. 

The icing on the cake? She finished off her look with a blue metallic Chanel mini-rucksack on her arm. Yep, you can't make this stuff up! All she needs to complete her transformation is her very own pampered pet cat and they'd be one in the same. 

While her Karl Lagerfeld look may have been accidential, we're sure Rita will see the funny side. Check out our exclusive video with the gorge singer below which is proof that she's got a stellar sense of humour.

Oh, Rita — how we love you...

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