Rita Ora Hides Blonde Locks Under Black Hat in Kate Moss Tee

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Rita Ora arrived at the Los Angeles International Airport on Tuesday following a performance at 101.3 KDWB’s Jingle Ball 2014 held at Xcel Energy Center in Saint Paul, Minnesota, on Monday.

Never one to shy away from a bizarre fashion statement, the 24-year-old surprisingly wore a simpler number compared to her usual outfit choices.

Rita Ora covered her blonde locks with a black hatRita Ora covered her blonde locks with a black hat at LAX in Los Angeles on December 9, 2014

She showed her admiration for Kate Moss through a Supreme T-shirt with the fashion icon’s face printed on the front.

Rita paired it casually with black jeans and covered her blonde locks with a black hat. To shield herself from the cold weather, she also wore a Tommy Hilfiger two-tone fur coat that features star prints.

Rita Ora rocks a two-tone fur coat that features star printsRita Ora rocks a two-tone fur coat that features star prints

The “I Will Never Let You Down” singer finished her airport look with a comfy pair of Chelsea boots by Marni. They are easily recognizable thanks to their metallic gold toe caps, which shine on the black supple leather material.

These pull-on-style boots also feature elasticized panels at the sides, rubber soles and 1.25 inch stacked heels.

Rita Ora's boots feature shining metallic gold toe capsRita Ora’s boots feature shining metallic gold toe caps

Rita Ora wears comfortable Marni cap-toe bootsRita Ora wears comfortable Marni cap-toe boots

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Marni Chelsea Leather Cap-Toe Ankle Boots, $950 at Saks

Marni Chelsea Leather Cap-Toe Ankle Boots

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