Published by Neide Published on February 14, 2019

Paper magazine released yesterday three beautiful outtakes featuring Lily, and i am so in love with these i hope more get released soon. You can find the outtakes in our gallery!

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British Vogue was with Lily Collins the night she got ready for the BAFTAs and not only they had a quick chat with her, but also took photographs of Lily posing with her dress and getting her make up on. Photos have been added to our gallery, and you can read the article below.

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With her subject dressed in bright blue Givenchy, there was only one route for the make-up look created by make-up artist and Lancôme global creative director Lisa Eldridge for Lily Collins and her BAFTA red-carpet appearance last night: vampy red, dark lips.

But the coming together of a red carpet beauty look isn’t always weeks in the making, as you might assume. Having sent Lisa a picture of the dress the week before with the directive that she wanted the make-up look to be “very fresh but with an edge”, Lisa sent through moodboards of picture references for different looks that they could create.

But it wasn’t until Lisa saw the dress in person in Lily’s room at the Savoy Hotel on Sunday that she got the confirmation she needed to go forth with this beautifully bold make-up look: “The dress was much brighter in person than I thought it would be”, explained Eldridge. “So then I knew we had to do the dark lips.”

The look – that took 45 minutes to create – transpired to be ethereal skin, care of Lancôme’s Teint Idole Ultra Wear Nude, the new release in the Teint Idole Nude franchise; a flush of Blush Subtil in Rose Sable; luminous eyes using the sheer shimmer shades in the new Spring 2019 Café Bônheur La Palette; lashings of Grandiôse Mascara in black and Crayon Khôl in Brun; and then, of course, the statement lips using L’Absolu Rouge Matte in Berry Noir.

A real beauty chameleon, Lily explained how she enjoys giving her make-up artist free rein when it comes to these epic moments: “I don’t want to necessarily look the same every single time I am on the carpet. I look at it like playing a character each time, so there is always a through-line of wanting to feel that whoever is doing my hair and make-up has as much of a say in the look as I have an idea of what I want.”

And does she enjoy getting ready for the red carpet? “I am having the worst time… It’s never any fun”, she jokes wryly. “I look at it as a reunion [though]”, she adds honestly. “Like with Lisa, we’re not in the same city. She is London and I am in LA, so this is an opportunity to see old friends. I take maybe 5 to 10 minutes on myself day-to-day when I am go-go-go, so I like to keep these moments of dedicated glam time as just like getting ready for a school dance when I was in high school. It’s that time to really have fun. We blast music, we have fun, talk, chat, laugh and sometimes I have to get hurried along because I am having such a good time.”

And with that, she’s out the door…

Published by Neide Published on February 3, 2019

Lily attended yesterday the fourth day of Winter TCA Tour, to promote Les Miserables which is set to premiere in April on PBS America. Photos from the event have been added to our gallery – including some portraits taken during it (i’ll make sure to replace them by high quality versions as soon they are available)!

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Published by Neide Published on January 27, 2019

Hello Lilyians! Lily was yesterday at the Sundance Film Festival to promote Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil And Vile, a movie about the crimes of Ted Bundy, from the perspective of his longtime girlfriend, Elizabeth Kloepfer, who refused to believe the truth about him for years. Looking absolutely beautiful, our gallery has been updated with various photos of Lily at lounges to promote the movie and the premiere!

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Published by Neide Published on January 7, 2019

Happy New Year, Lilyians! Lily was out for the first time this year yesterday, as she attended The BAFTA Los Angeles Tea Party. Our gallery has been updated with photos and portraits taken during the event!

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Published by Neide Published on December 18, 2018

Lily Collins was on the cover of December 16th issue of Stella. Looking absolutely beautiful, as always, Lily speaks about beating anorexia, overshadowing her father and starring in BBC’s Les Misérables. You can read the full article below, and check out the photos in our gallery!

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A few months ago, Phil Collins told his daughter that he’d heard a British DJ introduce one of his songs with the words: ‘For those of you who don’t know, this is Lily Collins’s dad.’ ‘He thought it was so funny,’ chuckles the 29-year-old actor. ‘And so did I. It’s just interesting, I guess, how different generations get defined by different things.’

As one of the defining voices of the 1980s and a man who remains one of the world’s bestselling artists, it would have been easy for Collins to overshadow his multitalented daughter’s success. Certainly, when I first interviewed Lily five years ago for the romcom Love, Rosie, she was still being defined not just by her famous father, but the Audrey Hepburn-esque looks that had won her modelling contracts as a teenager living in LA.

Since we last saw each other, Lily has redefined herself on her own terms. And when UK audiences are treated to her nuanced, poignant portrayal of Cosette’s desperate mother, Fantine, in the lavish new six-part BBC adaptation of Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables, they won’t see Phil Collins’s daughter but a remarkable British-born talent at the top of her game.

‘I had a few friends in the musical version, and I was so keen to play this part in what’s a very different adaptation,’ says Lily of the role that won Anne Hathaway an Oscar – a role she begged producers to be allowed to audition for, so desperate was she to be involved.

That the director, Tom Shankland, had decided against his being a musical adaptation meant the all-star cast – including Dominic West as Jean Valjean, David Oyelowo as Javert and Olivia Colman as Madame Thénardier – were able to return to Hugo’s original characters, she says. ‘And getting to work through the whole arc of Fantine’s life was incredible. Although in fact the death scene was filmed on day two,’ she adds with a side smile. ‘So it was a case of, “Hi, nice to meet you – I’m about to die”.’

Published by Neide Published on December 13, 2018

Great news, Lily is on the cover of the December issue of Glamour UK and in a very beautiful photoshoot as you can check below! Along with the beautiful outtakes i bring you an interview from the magazine, where Lily speaks about Les Misérables, famous family and dating!

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2018 was the year of fearless female performances but THE TV Christmas blockbuster, Les Misérables, saves the best for last with Lily Collins’ star turn as Fantine. Here she navigates the minefield of millennial dating, -13°C locations and a late-twenties crisis with GLAMOUR’S Josh Newis-Smith.

“I’ve been ghosted more times than I care to admit,” Lily confesses, as we discuss the minefield that is millennial dating. Adorned in a slouchy black hoodie with her hair scraped back into a care-free ponytail and barely a lick of make-up, Lily could be any twenty-something in debrief mode.

In fact, the only indication that this is a Golden Globe nominee who since starting to act at the age of two, has carved a place for herself as a go-to starlet – in such varied roles in Rules Don’t ApplyMirror Mirror and Love, Rosie– is the vast Hollywood home that plays backdrop to our interview and her GLAMOUR cover shoot.

About to hit our screens in her career-defining role as Fantine, who is dumped unceremoniously by her lover – Victorian ghosting if you will – and left to fend for her child alone, we are musing on how, just like the iconic character, Lily has navigated her own fair share of heart ache. “There are times when I’ve [been on dates and] thought we had a great time and then I’ve never heard from the guy again,” she continues. With this level of ‘gal pal’ magnetism it’s no wonder she has garnered 11 million Instagram followers, and counting. “Sometimes that happens after one date, a couple of dates or one month. I would prefer people to be honest with me, as I live like that. I don’t think it will be something I can ever figure out. The good thing is that we all have the same issues.” Alexa, play Thank U, Next by Ariana Grande…

Published by Neide Published on November 20, 2018

Lily was recently featured in the December issue of British Vogue, where she speaks about Les Misérables, why she loves Ariana Grande and more. You can read the article posted on the official website below, and scans and outtakes have been added to the gallery as you can check!

 

It was the dead of winter and an icy -13C when Lily Collins arrived in Brussels to start filming the BBC’s long-awaited adaptation of Les Misérables. As Fantine – an orphaned, penniless young woman forced into prostitution – Collins went through “a very drastic transformation”, so much so that people didn’t recognise the young movie star on set.

“I really got to see what I was made of on this shoot,” Collins says from the warmer climes of LA. “Whether it was the temperature or the workload or the physicality of Fantine and her storyline and her sadness, I learned what I could withstand. “Like many, Collins’s first experience of Victor Hugo’s classic novel was as a musical (a school production, rather than West End), although this latest version won’t include singing – so any Anne Hathaway comparisons can be put to bed now. “You get to see the character in a different way when there’s not a song,” says Collins. “What was said in a lyric gets to be a fully fledged scene. It’s been a real bucket-list thing to do.”

Christmas is an overload for the senses, so I try not to overload my party look. When I think of the holidays I think of tartan and Vivienne Westwood. There’s something very Chrisimassy and opulent about her looks that I love.

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