Fresh-faced Lily Collins flashes a hint of flesh in skin-tight sheer panelled leggings as she nails effortless chic during Beverly Hills stroll
She's the porcelain-skinned beauty who shot to fame for her ethereal looks and musician father.
And actress Lily Collins, 28, has reminded the world how naturally gorgeous she really is as she headed out for a stroll in Beverly Hills on Monday.
The British-born star was wearing a casual athleisure ensemble complete with tight black leggings with sheer inserts and a khaki jacket while enjoying the August sun.
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Makeup free: Actress Lily Collins, 28, has reminded the world how naturally gorgeous she really is as she headed out for a stroll in Beverly Hills on Monday
A make-up free Lily kept her look simple with black gym tights paired with open-toed sandals and a white t-shirt with a black vest layered underneath.
The daughter of musical icon Phil Collins, 66, also wore a khaki jacket to finish off her gym aesthetic, a pair of black aviator-style sunglasses and a plain black tote bag.
She kept her brunette tresses loose and freshly tousled as she ran errands around the celebrity Los Angeles neighbourhood.
Lily's gym-honed body has been the subject of recent discussion after she starred in controversial Netflix movie To the Bone, which centres on a young woman's tragic battle with anorexia.
Deep in thought? The British-born actress' mind looked elsewhere as she strolled around the celebrity neighbourhood
Summer love: She basked in the late-August sun while wearing a casual athleisure ensemble
She admitted she faced her own personal struggles with an eating disorder during her teenage years. Lily confessed to losing weight for the part - but worked with professionals to ensure she did not trigger a relapse.
The film came under fire from critics for 'glamorizing' anorexia - claims which Lily staunchly refuted.
'I applaud Netflix for having the guts to put out material that's different,' she told ITV's Lorraine earlier this year.
In July, Lily was urging young women struggling with body image to share their experiences with their friends and family, explaining that talking about these things will help them feel less alone.
Daddy dearest: She's the porcelain-skinned beauty who shot to fame for her ethereal looks and musician father Phil (pictured together in 2012)
When art imitates life: Lily portrayed a young woman battling with anorexia in Netflix movie To the Bone
Speaking from her experience she told The New Potato that she believes it is important for people to discuss things that are considered 'too taboo' to talk about.
'Seeking help is never a weakness; it is only a strength. If you feel like you need to talk about something, you are not crazy or alone,' Lily said.
After the release of the Netflix hit, she said she is passionate about ending the stigma surrounding eating disorders, stressing that it is important for people to to be able to talk about self-empowerment and body image when they are younger and most impressionable.
Breakout star: Speaking from her experience she told The New Potato that she believes it is important for people to discuss things that are considered 'too taboo' to talk about'
Defending her work: The actress applauded Netflix for creating material which is 'different'
Lily said her own issues with an eating disorder started when she was turning into a young woman and her body was changing the most.
'I tried to alter the way that I looked before I allowed my body to become what it was supposed to be,' she explained.
'Looking back on it, I would say allow yourself to become yourself, because your body needs to become what it needs to be; let your body become stronger. Let nature do its thing.'
Porcelain beauty: Lily is known for her pale skin, trademark eyebrows and brunette tresses
A vision: 'Looking back on it, I would say allow yourself to become yourself, because your body needs to become what it needs to be; let your body become stronger. Let nature do its thing'