Published by Neide Published on September 17, 2018

Hey Lilyians! This past Saturday, September 15, Lily attended the CAA Pre-Emmy Party where she had some fun in the photobooth with Noah Centineo and their agent Nick Styne. While we’re still crossing our fingers for more photos, you can view the released ones so far below!

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Published by Neide Published on August 8, 2018

Hello Lilyians! Today we were blessed with a new Lily photoshoot, and doesn’t she look absolutely gorgeous! Joining Givenchy’s artist director Clare Waight, the powerful duo is the cover of InStyle’s September issue! Outtakes from the photo session have been added to our gallery, and you can read the interview posted on InStyle’s website and watch the behind-the-scenes below!

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Actress Lily Collins remembers meeting Waight Keller a decade ago when she was invited to attend one of the designer’s first shows for Pringle. “I walked into my fitting, and she was just a ball of energy but also incredibly calm,” Collins says. “I thought, ‘This is so strange — how is she so levelheaded and at the same time so energetic? Doesn’t she have a show tomorrow?’ She is just so passionate and vibrant when she talks.”

Collins, who was filming the BBC production of Les Misérables in Brussels just before flying to Paris for her InStyle shoot, felt as if she were reuniting with an old girlfriend. She had already traveled with the designer to Tokyo for a brand event and to New York to attend the Met Gala, where she wore a Givenchy couture gown that combined layers of black satin, organza, and radzimir with a white trim around the loose collar, a not-quite-chaste interpretation of a nun’s habit.

“It was so beautifully telling of that line between making a statement and not being too costumey,” Collins says. “I think that is what Clare is doing with the brand.”

Published by Neide Published on June 11, 2018

Hello Lilyians! As you know, Lily and Givenchy’s art director Clare Waight Keller were featured in the June issue of Vogue Japan. We finally got our hands in more outtakes from the session, thanks to Lily who posted on her instagram account, and scans! You can find all the photos in our gallery.

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Published by Neide Published on May 25, 2018

During her time in Japan earlier this year, in which Lily attended the Givenchy show, she posed with the brands art director Clare Waight Keller for Vogue Japan! One outtake from the session has been added to our gallery, and you can watch a video published on instagram of the behind the scenes!

 

Published by Neide Published on February 16, 2018

Lily is featured in the March issue of Vogue USA and we bring you not only scans from the issue but one outtake from the photoshoot – In which Lily looks stunning and we certainly hope more outtakes will be released soon!

 

Published by Neide Published on January 3, 2018

Lilyians, fair to say this new year is kicking off pretty well! It has been announced that Lily is on the cover of the January 8 issue of Grazia UK and best part? The issue features a brand new photoshoot! While outtakes have yet to be released, we bring you scans from the issue so you can have an idea of how beautiful the new shoot looks.

EDIT: Our gallery has been updated with outtakes from the photoshoot!

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Published by Neide Published on September 29, 2017

Hey Lilyians! Our girl recently did a photoshoot with Adam Fedderly for Chanel and we’re very happy to announce that the first outtakes from the session have been released! Hopefully more will be released soon, as Lily looks absolutely gorgeous!

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Published by Neide Published on July 28, 2017

There is no denial that Lily is killing it with her fashion choices, and so is Cecelia Brady– The character she plays in Amazon’s The Last Tycoon, set to debut July 28 on Amazon Prime Video. Teaming up with Emmy-winning costume designer Janie Bryant, the duo chats with WWD about Cecelia’s thirties-era look!

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Lily Collins had it easier than most imagining what life would be like for an ambitious scion of a showbiz family navigating the professional, personal and gender politics of Thirties Hollywood. In her new Amazon series “The Last Tycoon,” loosely based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s unfinished novel, she’s never far from the storied history that pervaded her youth.

Along with being a second generation star, the daughter of pop icon Phil Collins has been time-traveling to Tinseltown’s Golden Age since she was a kid, her mother Jill has long been involved in preserving, restoring and showcasing historical sites in the Hollywood region, including Beverly Hills’ grand 90-year-old Greystone Mansion, which serves as her character Celia Brady’s family home.

“I grew up spending a lot of time there; I used to run around the hallways doing homework and watching people in the house,” Collins laughs. “So now it’s like it’s gone full circle.”

Collins chatted with WWD just before shooting a scene set during the 1937 Academy Awards ceremony — in the same Biltmore hotel ballroom where those actual Oscars were presented. “It plays with your mind,” she says. “You look around and everyone’s spotlessly perfect of-the-period, and you really forget that you have a cell phone waiting for you at your chair.”

Chief among the series’ extravagant effects is the lavish wardrobe concocted by costume designer Janie Bryant. “Celia’s the fashionista, really, of this show, and Janie gets to throw lots of different things on me,” Collins says. “My Oscar dress is pretty amazing. It’s a lilac silk tiered number in the back with this amazing sequined capelet.”

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