Rita Ora was in London to promote Phoenix, her new album the singer wore a highly sought-after vintage John Galliano slip dress featuring his famous newspaper print, a motif first made famous by Elsa Schiaparelli in 1935. Schiaparelli used prints of her own press clippings to decorate her designs and years later,Being a longtime fashion fanatic, Ora undoubtedly appreciates the significance of the famed newspaper print. Galliano repurposed it for his namesake line as well, which is the version Ora wore yesterday underneath a plaid coat and accessorized with a bowler hat and black patent leather boots. The dress is a prized possession for anyone who has been able to unearth one eBay or by trawling vintage shops. There have been several copycats in recent years but nothing will replace the original black and white type of Ora’s dress. No fake sartorial news here.