Lily Collins In Zuhair Murad Haute Couture – Cartier Precious Garage Party

Lily Collins In Zuhair Murad Haute Couture - Cartier Precious Garage Party

Lily Collins joined Zoe Saldana for the Cartier Precious Garage Party during New York Fashion Week on Thursday (September 6).

The actress wore Zuhair Murad Fall 2018 Haute Couture dress that’s consistent with his design style: graphically interesting yet undeniably feminine.

I love how the silhouette draws attention to her gorgeous figure with a dazzling effect, and how her signature bold lip gave way to matchy styling in the shoe department.

This may be considered tried-and-tested or done-to-death, but I am left in awe by how spectacular this is.

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Front Row @ Miu Miu Resort 2019

Miu Miu’s 2019 Resort show in Paris took place on Sunday (July 1), with many stars in the front row who saw the likes of Naomi Campbell and Chloe Sevigny walk the runway for the famed Italian fashion brand.

Lily Collins: Exploring the ’60s once again, the actress worked a retro look which I’m sure many will love until they get to the eye makeup, but it just adds to the authenticity of the look for me.

Ana de Armas: There’s a charming feel to the Spanish actress’ Miu Miu floral dress thanks to its Peter Pan collar, trimmed with an elegant bow tie. Miu Miu loafers manage to ensure the look didn’t feel too saccharine.

Jenna Coleman: Speaking of sugar, there was plenty of sweetness oozing from Jenna’s Miu Miu frock. The British actress kept things demure with this high-necked dress, yet adds a touch of contemporary polish via her accessories.

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Lily Collins In Johanna Ortiz – Cartier Queen’s Cup Polo

This Sunday’s annual Cartier Queen’s Cup was a who’s who of the worlds of fashion, film and society, with polo aficionados joining the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh at Windsor Great Park to enjoy a thoroughly British day out.

Guildford-born Lily Collins was looking every inch the English Rose, despite wearing a dress with plenty of Latin flavour from Johanna Ortiz’s Fall 2018 collection.

Fluted ruffles – a signature of the brand – and a key-hole cut-out made this a statement-making summer style. Rendered in an eye-catching bird and floral print the look fuses effortless femininity with a sense of playfulness.

With her signature bold red lip and Stephen Jones Millinery fascinator, the actress wouldn’t have looked out of place at last month’s royal wedding.

Johanna Ortiz Queen of Sheba Printed Silk Maxi Dress

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11.05.18 Beauty, Makeup

Get The Look: Lily Collins’ Dramatic Sparkle-Accented Met Gala Beauty Look

One of evening’s most creative and striking beauty looks, Lily Collins’ ultra-sparkly and dramatic makeup made quite the style statement at this year’s Met Gala. Beautifully interpreting the Gala’s theme – “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination” — in an innovative fashion, makeup artist Fiona Stiles created an artistic makeup that was dark and intense while remaining incredibly chic.

Serving as a stunning contrast to the angelic renaissance beauty looks of the evening, here’s how Fiona created this dramatic look:

SKIN: Every great beauty look starts with a makeup-free and freshly cleansed face. To prep Lily’s skin, Fiona began by massaging Lancôme Genefique Youth Activating Concentrate onto her face. Once the skin was primed and hydrated, she continued by blending Lancôme Le TeintIdole Ultra 24H Longwear Foundation (in 110 Ivoire C) onto her skin for a flawless complexion. She them worked to blurany imperfections and adding additional brightness with Lancôme Effacernes(in 110 Ivoire) concealer. She locked in the look with a dusting of Lancôme Absolue Powder (Ecru Light).

CHEEKS: To sculpt Lily’s cheeks and face, Fiona used Lancôme Le Duo Contouring and Highlighting Stick (in Ivoire) and blended it out for an effortless finish. For radiance and dimension, Lily’s face was highlighted with Lancôme Dual Finish Highlighter (in Shimmering Buff).

EYES: Once the skin was perfected, Fiona moved onto the eyes which was the focal point of the beauty look. To create that softly diffused smoky eye look, she used two essential eyeshadow shades. Lancôme Color Design eyeshadows (in Volcano Shimmer and Smokey Brown) were blended onto the lids and crease. Opting out of eyeliner, Fiona framed the look by coating Lily’s lush lashes with Lancôme Hypnose Drama (in Excessive Black) mascara. For that dazzling sparkle design, she strategically placed rounded crystals along the center of Lily’s upper and lower lash lines.

BROWS: Already full and beautifully shaped, Fiona groomed Lily’s brows with Lancôme Sourcils Styler (in Transparent).
LIPS: For a stained-glass look,Fiona saturated Lily’s pout with Lancôme Le Metallique Metallic Lip Lacquer(in Purple Onyx).

BODY: Much like her beauty look, Fiona wanted Lily’s skin to glisten, she achieved that sheen with a blend of Lancôme TeintIdole Ultra Custom Highlighter Drops in Champagne Glow and Lancôme Dual Finish Highlighter in Shimmer Buff.

Lancôme Genefique Youth Activating Concentrate
Lancôme Le TeintIdole Ultra 24H Longwear Foundation
Lancôme Effacernes Concealer
Lancôme Absolue Powder
Lancôme Le Duo Contouring & Highlighting Stick
Lancôme Dual Finish Highlighter in Shimmer Buff
Lancôme Color Design Eyeshadows Volanco Shimmer and Smokey Brown
Lancôme Hypnose Drama Masacara
Lancôme Sourcils Styler Brow Styler
Lancôme Le Metallique Metallic Lip Lacquer
Lancôme TeintIdole Ultra Custom Highlighter Drops
Lancôme Dual Finish Highlighter in Shimmer Buff


Lily Collins In Givenchy Couture – 2018 Met Gala

Lily Collins always has a playful approach to fashion so I was looking forward to seeing what she would wear to the Heavenly Bodies: Fashion & The Catholic Imagination Met Gala on Monday night (May 7) in New York City. She joined Lynda Carter, Donatella Versace, and Amal Clooney.

She was a vision in Givenchy Spring 2018 Couture with its inky colour and contrasts of structure and sheer panels creating such dark romance.

The head-turning detail was no doubt the headpiece itself which recalls the halos of religious art with its two-dimensional quality.

Leaving no detail forgotten, she carried a rosary and accented her glitter-rimmed eyes with a red teardrop.

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