02 October 2013 by

Rita Ora And Cara Delevingne Swap Tartan Karl Lagerfeld Trousers At Paris Fashion Week

We imagine Rita Ora has a wardrobe the size of our office, with free clothes arriving at her doorstep around the clock. But she isn't content with her own bulging closet as also loves to play swapsies with Cara Delevingne and raid her extensive collection of beanies. Who doesn’t love to play dress up in their best friends’ closet, eh?

It was widely reported that the wifeys were going through a rocky patch. Perhaps Rita's whirlwind romance with Calvin Harris had caused her to briefly go MIAR (missing in a relationship) or their hectic schedules made them go long distance, but now the troublesome twosome are reunited and wearing the same trousers. What better way to signal to the world that they are best friends forever, eh?

Yesterday Cara wore red Macpherson tartan trousers with a stripe down the seam from Karl Lagerfeld's punk collection (which landed on Net-A-Porter today) when she skipped out of the Chanel show with her front row cheerleader Rita. Skip fast-forward 24 hours and Rita Ora was seen wandering around Paris in the very same red trews.

rita ora, cara delevingne, tartan trousers

[Instagram: Rita Ora]

The Chanel girls both have a soft spot for Mr Lagerfeld, as Cara told us backstage at Chanel Karl is her 'fashion dad.' She raved: 'He's a real artist, he's so creative in everything he does.' These two also have a weakness for punky jewellery, zippers and leather, so it's hardly a surprise that they are loving Karl's punk-tastic pieces.

Of course this isn’t the first time the wifeys have engaged in a spot of wardrobe raiding. They have rocked matching Jazzy Jeff Adidas trousers, chain neckaces, Burberry heart print skirts and ‘whatever’ beanies. 'Friends that dress together, stay together' and all that jazz.

Take a look at Cara and Rita's fashion swapsies in the gallery above...


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