Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Lily Collins was in Paris this weekend to attend the Paris premiere of her new movie ‘Mirror Mirror’, held at Gaumont Capucines in France.

The actress opted to wear a Zac Posen Pre-Fall 2012 gown.

Her forest-green floral-print jacquard strapless gown featuring a corset-style bustier and a fishtail train is way too much for her to handle.

The girl is practically drowning in fabric.

This gown needed height and a more mature woman to pull it off.

For me, Lily looks like a young girl playing dress up in Mum’s closet.

The ‘Princess’ styling of this promo tour has grown tiresome very quickly. I would’ve saved this gown for someone like Christine Baranski, Viola Davis, Rachel Weisz or Julianna Margulies.

With such a dramatic looking dress, Lily kept the jewels to a minimum by just adding Cartier earrings.

Tousled waves which tumbled down her shoulders and a dark berry lip colour completed the look.

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On Tuesday Lily Collins was spotted at NBC studios in New York City for her guest appearance on ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’ to promote her new movie ‘Mirror Mirror’.

The young actress wore a Peter Som Spring 2012 dress with a t-shirt style top and thigh-high split.

Her maxi dress is the striped version of the runway dress we saw on Lea Michele earlier this year.

Whilst I prefer the electric blue dress, I think the colourful striped look is perfect for Lily’s milky complexion.

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Lily Collins was at the Apple Soho store in New York City last night for a ‘Meet The Actor’ series to promote her new movie, ‘Mirror Mirror’.

She opted to wear a Collette Dinnigan Resort 2012 dress.

Her beautiful black-and-blue floral-print bustier dress with exaggerated hips was teamed with an ALICE by Temperley leather jacket and black Christian Louboutin peep-toes.

I wish she’d saved this for a TV appearance or a photocall, as the best aspects of the dress are covered by her leather jacket.

Her hair was styled in loose waves and she opted for a red-hot lip colour.

Jacqueline Nerguizian rings completed her look.

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Lily Collins attended the premiere of her new movie ‘Mirror Mirror’ which was held at the Chinese Theatre in LA on Saturday.

The young actress, who plays Snow White in the movie, walked the red carpet wearing a poufy Dolce & Gabbana dress.

Her black-and-gold strapless tulle dress with a fitted bodice and a bell-shaped tea-length skirt was accented with a black satin bow tied around the waist.

Giuseppe Zanotti ankle-strap peep-toes and a selection of gold starred rings accessorized her look.

Lily’s glossy dark locks were teased up into a half-up, half-down style with a pretty pink lip colour contrasting against her flawless pale skin.

I think this look is flawless.

Do you agree?

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My jaw dropped when I saw Lily Collins at the 2012 Vanity Fair Oscar Party in West Hollywood last night.

Lily looked picturesque in a Monique Lhuillier Pre-Fall 2012 nude and blue embroidered tulle ¾ sleeve ball gown.

Set to appear as Snow White in this year’s ‘Mirror, Mirror,’ Lily looked every bit the princess in this show-stopping gown.

The star-making dress was accessorized with Tiffany & Co jewelry and a tousled up-do.

Should she have saved this for the ‘Mirror, Mirror’ world premiere?

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Lily Collins was one of the many celebs who attended the Marni for H&M collection launch party in LA on Friday evening.

Unlike the rest of the event’s celebrity guests, Lily chose to wear a Marni Spring 2012 dress (sans sheer nude slip), rather than the H&M collection.

Whilst I’m surprised not to see her in the Marni for H&M collection, she does look so very charming in this pale blue frock.

It would’ve been a nice touch had she accessorized with the collection’s white sequined Marni for H&M collar to match her white clutch and heels.

Do you agree?

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Vanity Fair’s March 2012 issue, which is the annual Hollywood Issue, features eleven of the most up-and-coming actresses who were shot by Mario Testino.

The main cover features Rooney Mara, Jennifer Lawrence, Mia Wasikowska and Jessica Chastain.

After the fold we have Elizabeth Olsen, Adepero Oduye, Shailene Woodley, Paula Patton, Felicity Jones, Lily Collins and Brit Marling.

There are always great debates that go on with regards to this cover every year.

I would’ve swapped Mia with Elizabeth and had her on the main cover, and I’m not sure Paula should be considered up-and-coming as she’s been around for a while. Also Shailene is totally unrecognisable.

Each actress wore a pastel-coloured satin dress for the 20s boudoir-themed shoot with screen-siren hairstyles and bold lip colours.

They all look great, but Jennifer steals the cover for me as she’s in full-on bombshell mode. Very Jessica Rabbit.

Here are some extracts from their interviews:

Jessica on her superstar crush:The English Patient. Of course. Those love scenes!”

Jennifer on who else she’s like to work with: “I’d love to work with the Cohen brothers. Tommy Lee Jones. Jack Nicholson. And I’d love to work with Renee Zellweger. I’m a huge Renee Zellweger fan.”

Rooney on her crush growing up: “Thom Yorke.”

Jennifer on her childhood crush: “When I was little, like 90s, era, I had such a big crush on Justin Timberlake from *NSYNC that I almost thew up.”

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Rooney Mara in Ralph Lauren, Jennifer Lawrence in custom Donna Karan, Mia Wasikowska in Ralph Lauren, Jessica Chastain in Giorgio Armani, Elizabeth Olsen in Salvatore Ferragamo, Adepero Oduye in Carolina Herrera, Shailene Woodley in Ralph Lauren, Paula Patton in L’Wren Scott, Felicity Jones in Burberry, Lily Collins in Calvin Klein and Brit Marling in Tommy Hilfiger.




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