Rita Ora wants to launch her own range of trainers.
The 'Body on Me' hitmaker has been teaming up with adidas since the beginning of 2014 to help design their line of casual sports clothing and, now she's racked up some experience, she's keen to go it alone and create her own line of shoes.
She's quoted by the Daily Star newspaper as saying: "After I've finished with adidas, I'd love to work on my own collection. I used to work in a trainer shop when I was 15."
But, for now, the 24-year-old singer is focused on her newest collaboration with the sports wear brand, which she released earlier this month, and has admitted the latest range was inspired by her trip to Asia last year.
She said recently: "adidas has been my family for four years now. Every year I drop stories with them - it's not just a collection, every drop has its own story and theme.
"This season, it's all about Asia. I was in Asia a couple of years ago and I became obsessed with everything there - the fashion, the culture, the landscapes, their values even the animals and wildlife.
"So I've brought that inspiration into this latest collection. The design process starts at least two seasons ahead so I'm super excited to see this collection finally in stores!"