Welcome to Miss Lily Collins, your source on the talented British-American actress Lily Collins. You probably know Lily from movies "Mirror, Mirror", "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bone", "Love, Rosie", and most recently seen in Netflix's "Emily in Paris" and "Mank". Her upcoming projects include "Windfall" and "Gilded Rage". Our goal is to bring you with the latest news, photos and media on Lily. Thank you for visiting, we hope you enjoy your stay and come back soon!
(Photos) The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Lily visited The Ellen DeGeneres Show earlier today to promote season 2 of Emily in Paris, and we’ve got photos from the appearance in our gallery for you to check it out! We’re still awaiting for the official interview to come out, but until then, check the photos below!


(Photos) Glamour UK January

Lily and her Emily in Paris co-star Ashley Park are on the cover of the January issue of Glamour UK, also titled “The Friendship Issue”! In the interview published by Glamour UK, which you can read below the cut, Lily and Ashley speak about off-screen friendships, feminism, and filming Emily in Paris. Plus, check out how Lily and Ashley do on the bestie test!


Lily Collins and Ashley Park – co-stars on the wildly successful Emily In Paris  are unanimous: their friendship has taught them both to believe in themselves in ways that they never thought they could.

“Ashley’s a friend who makes you feel like being you is enough. She gives you what you need when you don’t even know it yourself,” Lily tells me, while Ashley reveals, “Lily has made sure that I understand my own value… she has believed in me in ways I didn’t believe I deserved.”

And these are not just the gushings of Hollywood actresses fawning over their peers, but legitimate testaments to a true and beautiful friendship fostered both on – and off-screen. As stars of the Netflix juggernaut that is Emily In Paris, Lily, 32, and Ashley, 30, have found themselves in a show that puts the trials and tribulations of female friendship front and centre of the action.

So, who better to front our January friendship issue?

We’re a long way from Paris when I meet Lily and Ashley on location for their GLAMOUR shoot, in a disused parking lot in sun-drenched downtown Los Angeles in November. And while this may be as far away from the Champs-Élysées chic environs we’re used to seeing the girls in, the fashion most certainly is not. LA super-stylist, Nicolas Bru, has called in haute couture from Giambattista Valli and eye-popping creations from Sonia Rykiel and Richard Quinn – all exquisite gowns that would make even Emily In Paris’s legendary costume designer, Patricia Field, swoon.

When it comes to female friendship, Lily’s character Emily Cooper finds herself in a très sticky situation at the start of season two. (Spoilers incoming.)

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(Photos) Lily Collins for Vogue Thailand + El Pais

2022 is kicking off to be Lily-filled as she not only graces the January cover of Vogue Thailand, but is also featured El Pais! She’s looking absolutely beautiful in both shoots, and as always, we’re crossing our fingers for more outtakes to come out! In the meantime, you can check what’s been released and is available in our gallery, below!


Gallery additions: 2021 Scans + Photoshoots

Hello Lilyians! We hope you had all a good holiday, and wish you all a good year filled with all the good things! While we work on getting our gallery up to date, we’ve begun by adding missing magazine scans and photo sessions from 2021, which you can view by clicking on the links below!


(Photos) Netflix’s “Emily In Paris” Season 2 LA Special Screening

Yesterday was held a special screening for the second season of Emily in Paris in Los Angeles, which Lily blessed us with her presence! Our gallery’s been updated with photos from the event, which you’ll be able to find below in the link.


(Photos) Grazia Italia December Scans

Lily is on the cover of the December 9th issue of Grazia Italia, looking extremely gorgeous! Our gallery has been updated with scans from the issue.


Lily visits Jimmy Kimmel Live

Lily visited Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to promote the upcoming season of Emily in Paris, streaming December 22nd on Netflix! You can find the interview below, in which Lily also speaks about her marriage and her brother, plus photos outside the studios.


(Photos) Lily Collins for Glamour December 2021

Lily Collins (and Emily in Paris) are featured in the December issue of Glamour, and we bring you not only some behind the scenes from the upcoming season of the Netflix show but also an article with some details on what’s to come!


In September 2020, when the first trailer for a new Netflix series called Emily in Paris was released, the internet almost immediately declared it your next TV obsession. “It looks like Sex and the City set in Paris,” PopSugar wrote. “Our Younger withdrawal just got a little more manageable,” proclaimed Vulture. And here at Glamour: “Netflix Just Released the First Trailer and It’s Perfect.”

And honestly, it was. During a year without much, if any, travel, or life as we knew it, Emily in Paris was the next best thing to savoring a croissant and a latte along the Seine wearing an Alaïa dress and not the same pair of sweatpants. Lily Collins was Emily Cooper, an ambitious, fashion-obsessed marketing/social media exec from Chicago sent to the City of Light to work at marketing firm Savoir. There was also a hot French chef and a new star in Lucas Bravo. There was eclectic fashion, and thanks to Sex and the City alum Patricia Field, along with Marylin Fitoussi, every episode was like watching a stunning runway show. And with SATC creator Darren Star at the helm and Collins as the lead—it was exactly what we needed, when we needed it.

The numbers reiterated that sentiment: Netflix announced that nearly 60 million households around the world watched the frothy comedy in the first 28 days of its debut on October 2, 2020.

But were they watching it because they loved it? Or watching because they didn’t? Or a little bit of both? It depended on whom you spoke to, but what was obvious was that people had opinions, and lots of them.

Whether it was the way in which the French were depicted (smoking in offices? sacrebleu!), how Emily approached her new surroundings (nope, a basic translation app isn’t going to cut it!), or just the fact that she was wearing over-the-top designer clothes that presumably cost more than her entry-level salary (a number we still don’t know), the internet had thoughts. Perhaps Emily’s French boss, Sylvie (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu), said it best: “You come to Paris. You walk into my office. You don’t even bother to learn the language. You treat the city like it’s your amusement park. And after a year of food, sex, wine, and maybe some culture, you’ll go back to where you came from.”
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