June 27, 2017

Last night, while in New York City, Collins was spotted wearing an ostrich feather detailed Prada number. To be specific, the look was a black mikado dress from Prada’s Fall 2017 collection, which was filled with fun feathers and crystal fringes (two things we love!). While this exact look did not walk the Prada show in Milan, it’s a perfect combo of everything we loved about the collection: it’s made from rich, heavy silk, has dramatic red detailing, and is softened by delightful pale pink ostrich feathers that puff out of the bottom of the dress like a Christmas gift.

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Ruthie Friedlander
Jun 27, 2017 @ 12:00 pm

Oh Lily Collins, how I love thee. Your spirit, your style, your ... eyebrows.

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Heads up: LC is about to be on a major style tour (with the help of dynamic duo Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn) to promote her newest Netflix film, To the Bone.

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Last night, while in New York City, Collins was spotted wearing an ostrich feather detailed Prada number. To be specific, the look was a black mikado dress from Prada’s Fall 2017 collection, which was filled with fun feathers and crystal fringes (two things we love!). While this exact look did not walk the Prada show in Milan, it’s a perfect combo of everything we loved about the collection: it’s made from rich, heavy silk, has dramatic red detailing, and is softened by delightful pale pink ostrich feathers that puff out of the bottom of the dress like a Christmas gift.

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The feathers would have been accessory enough, but to bring the look through the finish line, Collins and her team popped on some jaw-dropping diamonds, courtesy of Yeprem; a jewelry brand that has the power to make your hand feel like a princess. You can shop similar styles here. Her shoes were classic and simple: a stacked black Jimmy Choo ankle-strap heel, as were her hair and makeup, which remained peachy and sleek.

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