Lily Collins hasn’t left our fashion radar for a long time now. We first noticed her in February when she went glam in Paula Ke at the Costume Designers Guild Awards. It’s been six months, and the young actress still surprises us with her red carpet looks.
At the Canadian premiere of her latest film, The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, Lily Collins looked ethereal in a white lace dress by Houghton. The dress was a lacy number that looked demure in front with a surprising sexy detail: a cutout back.
Lily Collins at the premiere of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones in Canada on August 15, 2013
Below is a nice lace dress with a sexy back we found at Shopbop:
Faith Connexion Guipure Dress, $430.20
Lily Collins doesn’t just do pretty and feminine; she can do directional fashion as well. For an event at the G-Star Raw Store last August 13, Lily Collins wore a top and a skirt by Roland Mouret. Her look was anything but boring. We don’t have better photos of the actress at the event, but you can see from the ones we have that she had on a gorgeous top with origami folding and a beautiful skirt.
Lily Collins arriving at G-Star Raw Store event in Los Angeles on August 13, 2013
Lily’s outfit isn’t available online yet, but you can buy Roland Mouret dresses, tops, and skirts available at Farfetch.
The day before the G-Star Raw event, Lily was at the premiere of The Mortal Instruments at the ArcLight Cinemas wearing a dress by Cushnie et Ochs.
Lily Collins at the premiere of Screen Gems & Constantin Films’ The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones at ArcLight Cinemas Cinerama Dome in Hollywood in August 12, 2013
It wasn’t our favorite look on the actress, but she still looked really good. The dress she wore is only for the brave; it’s difficult to pull off cutout dresses after all.
If you’re not as brave as Lily, Cushnie et Ochs also makes cutout dresses that are less revealing. Check out the dress below.
The above are just three of Lily’s recent looks. We’re so looking forward to seeing more of her outfit choices while promoting her new movie.
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