Rita Ora Tries Dad Sneaker Trend in Chanel Spring 2018 Trainers

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Always the fashion follower, Rita Ora graced the Chanel Spring 2018 Couture fashion show in one of the hottest shoe trends right now: the dad sneaker.

The 27-year-old singer rocked a pair of low-cut white-and-orange sneakers emblazoned with Chanel’s iconic interlocking Cs logo on the sides. She wore her dad sneakers with a hooded mini-dress constructed out of Chanel’s classic tweed fabric. Rita accessorized her look with round silver sunglasses, layered padlock-pendant necklaces and a coral Chanel quilted fanny pack.

Dad sneakers may be a recent fashion trend, but Rihanna already wore Rita Ora’s nearly exact same look almost four years ago. Who do you think wore the dad sneaker trend better, Rihanna or Rita Ora?

Rita Ora accessorized her look with round silver sunglasses and layered padlock-pendant necklaces

Rita Ora toted a coral Chanel quilted fanny pack

Rita Ora leaving the George V Hotel to head to the Chanel Spring 2018 Couture fashion show in Paris, France, on January 23, 2018.

Rita Ora wore her dad sneakers with a hooded mini-dress constructed out of Chanel's classic tweed fabricRita Ora leaving the George V Hotel to head to the Chanel Spring 2018 Couture fashion show held during Paris Fashion Week in Paris, France, on January 23, 2018.

Rita Ora embracing the dad sneaker trend in white-and-orange Chanel spring 2018 sneakersRita Ora embracing the dad sneaker trend in white-and-orange Chanel spring 2018 sneakers

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Chanel Spring/Summer 2018 Pre-Collection Sneakers

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Chanel Spring/Summer 2018 pre-collection sneakers

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