Rita Ora was spotted giving Aaliyah vibes with a high-neck, ribbed-tie crop top and Faith Connexion Paris low-rise, distressed, graffiti jeans. She paired the look with strappy, olive heels, and her hair slicked back in a short ponytail:
The artwork on the jeans is done by 36-year-old Parisian artist Vincent Dacquin, who began his career spray painting in his Paris neighborhood before turning to trains, subways, and tunnels. For Faith Connexion’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection, he painted graffiti on parkas and jackets, in addition to the pants seen above, which cost $1000.
Beauties, is graffiti for the street only, or cool on clothing? Vote below!
PHOTO CREDIT: Instagram, Getty
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