The singer said that if she were to go down the clothing line route she would need to think it through thoroughly, the London Evening Standard reports.
Speaking at the launch of the British Designers Collective, Ora said: "I could see myself designing a range in the future, but it would have to be very thought through."
She added that launching a fashion line would complement her music career, saying: "It's another side to your character - you can play different roles with your clothes.
"As a musician I have a lot of opportunity to try different styles when I perform, and I have always loved vintage clothes.
"For me British fashion is so unpredictable, I love that. I love how music and fashion are so similar. We need each other. At the moment music feeds off fashion and fashion feeds off music and when they get together they fuse perfectly."