Ora, who replaced Cara Delevingne as the face of DKNY, makes surprise appearance as she becomes the last model to walk the runway at the label's show at New York Fashion Week.
DKNY's new face Rita Ora strutted her way at the label's catwalk show at the New York Fashion Week. Wearing an outfit from Spring Summer 2014 line, the singer/songwriter who replaced Cara Delevingne as the face of DKNY, became the last model who walked the runway on Sunday, September 8.
Ora wore a white top which bears the label's name and a black skirt. She walked confidently, struck some poses and flashed a smile along the way. Designer Donna Karan followed Ora and took a bow. She was welcomed with thunderous applause from the audience.
Prior to Ora's appearance, top model Karlie Kloss made her walk, prompting people to believe that Kloss performed the finale walk. "Pure gold. @karliekloss finale at @dkny #amazing #cfdanyfw," the CFDA tweeted. Fashionista wrote a similar info, "The one and only @karliekloss closing @dkny #dkny."
Ora apparently was really excited about the catwalk appearance and she uploaded some photos on her Instagram. "Yipeeeeeee thanks @karliekloss on the tips it all went out the window!!!" she captioned one photo.
Some celebrities such as Kelly Osbourne, Anthony Kiedis and Bella Thorne attended the show, which is also celebration for the label's 25th anniversary. Rita sported quirky style which featured a sign-print shirt and matching pants as she left the show. She also wore a pair of leather boots.