Lily Collins's Latex Dress Is the Polar Opposite of Emily in Paris's Style

In the much-talked-about fictional wardrobe from Emily in Paris, I doubt you'd find something described as a mermaid bustier latex dress, but that's exactly what Lily Collins just wore IRL on the red carpet—and I'm obsessed. She wore a curve-hugging dress from the Saint Laurent F/W 20 collection and the sultry Catwoman vibes are a far cry from the cheery floral dresses, pink skirts, and berets that Emily Cooper and her friend Mindy Chen love.

Collins has been on a roll with her outfits lately—she also recently wore some badass thigh-high boots with a cage-knit sweater. As we eagerly await Emily in Paris season two, you'll have to get your Collins fix by watching her newest movie, Mank, which was released a few weeks ago and is already on Netflix. Scroll down to see her latex outfit and shop the leather trend for yourself. 


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On Lily Collins: Cartier Love Earrings in 18k White Gold and Trinity de Cartier Classic Ring in 18k White Gold and Ceramic; Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello Mermaid Latex Bustier Dress ($4590) and Venus Slingback Pumps in Patent Leather ($895)


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On Lily Collins: Saint Laurent Venus Slingback Pumps in Patent Leather ($895)


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On Lily Collins: Cartier Love Earrings in 18k White Gold and Trinity de Cartier Classic Ring in 18k White Gold and Ceramic

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