Lily Collins Looks Red Hot In A Premiere Perfect Lace Frock

Fri, August 23, 2013 8:50am EDT by Add first Comment
Lily Collins Mortal Instruments Dress
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The star certainly knows how to steal the spotlight and that’s exactly what she did when she stepped out in this show-stopping number!

Lily Collins is quickly rising to the top of our most stylish list — and it doesn’t look like she has an intention on slipping from that spot! The 24-year-old continued her whirlwind press tour for The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones, where she looked red hot for the premiere in Madrid at Callao Cinema in Spain. If Lily is getting tired of all her promotional duties you would never know it — not only does she look flawless, but she still manages to wow us in even more stylish looks. This just might be the best promo tour we’ve ever seen on a young star.

Lily Collins Premiere Dress:

On this occasion the star stuck to the sweet and chic vibe we saw earlier when she stepped out in a lace Dolce & Gabbana frock for the photo call — but she definitely amped up the wow factor! While her premiere look was consistent with the feminine theme it definitely oozed a little more sexiness than her first look.

On this occasion Lily opted for a Houghton ensemble by designer Katharine Polk. The frock featured a Chantilly-lace top. Underneath, the star rocked a matching bralette that kept her covered yet still looking sexy and stylish. The skirt had a high-low hem that billowed around her figure. It revealed her porcelain legs but reached the floor in the back. Lily stuck to the red hot theme, rocking a red pout and a pair of red Brian Atwood pumps. From the fire-engine-red lips to the slicked back retro waves, everything about this look screamed scream siren. A Jacob & Co. diamond ring polished off the premiere perfect ensemble.

What did you think of Lily’s sexy, red hot look?

Katrina Mitzeliotis

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