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Lily Allen leaves Chiltern Firehouse in a dollar sign dress and carrying a £4K designer rucksack

By Craig, on December 18th, 2014, under News // No Comments

‘Let’s be clear I’m here to make money, money,’ is the lyrics Lily Allen utters in her song Insincerely Yours, and she echoed that statement through her fashion on Tuesday night.

The singer was spotted in a black and white minidress covered in dollar signs as she left celebrity hotspot the Chiltern Firehouse in London.

And she proved she certainly has made a lot of it, judging by the $5,900 (£3,758) Louis Vuitton backpack hanging from her back.


The rucksack was created by Australian born Industrial Designer Marc Newson for the brand’s Iconoclast range.

The backpack is made of Monogram Canvas and shearling and is able to stand on its own, with signature Marc Newson strap adjusters.

Last week, Lily stirred up controversy thanks to her festive gig at London’s O2 Academy Brixton which saw her arrive on stage in a manger. 

This year has been a good year for Lily Allen. The release of her third album Sheezus saw her launched back into the limelight, meanwhile her collaboration with Miley Cyrus on the Bangerz tour showcased her new image and er, interesting dance moves.

Lily Allen is certainly back and louder than ever, which is also reflected in her new wardrobe. Last night she opted for a cut-out dollar print dress by This Is A Love Song, which she teamed with a Louis Vuitton shearling monogram rucksack, a bomber jacket and platform ankle boots to go for dinner at celeb hotspot Chiltern Firehouse.

Available at ASOS, you can buy Lily’s exact dress for £60 if you follow the link on the right. Or alternatively, if you want to spend less on your dollar print design, check out the options from Boohoo and Bank starting from just £8! Now that’s a good exchange rate.


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Lily Allen at Brixton Academy Live Review

By Craig, on December 13th, 2014, under Event, Live, News // No Comments



The nativity launched Allen’s Christmas party as she appeared beneath the star of Bethlehem, guided by her three wise men on guitars and keyboard. It was sweet, typical, tongue-in-cheek Allen.

It’s clear her personality has matured, as she showed genuine pride in her family through Life for Me, and giggled at moments, flustered and humbled by her the continuous rapturous reception. However, her liberating nature is still evident and took the form of profanity sing-alongs to singles Hard Out Here and F*** You, where the crowd could sing freely without sacrificing swear jar money. She even invited members of the crowd onto the stage to savour a moment of fame.

Colourful pulsating baby bottle props were testament to Allen’s motherhood, while a glimmering mirror-ball dress and her electro house transmutations, including a remix of bluegrass number Not Fair, provided a surprising yet appropriate nightclub atmosphere that pumped up the excitement on a Friday night.

Ironically, Allen muted the original chaotic frenzy in dubstep track URL Badman in favour of steady simplicity, while her wise men powerfully invigorated life into her other pop songs, including earlier hits Smile and The Fear, by giving them rock-fuelled complexity and organic thrust. She took other potential risks too: after a crowd-pleasing first chapter that got fanatics mouthing her words precisely, she introduced unfamiliar songs Who Do You Love and Miserable Without Your Love from a deluxe version of her latest album. It predictably resulted in the quietest moments from the crowd, but nonetheless showed vocal strength away from heavy basslines and obscene lyrics.

Allen completed her tour year and festive celebration sentimentally with a gratuitous story about a life-changing and career-defining moment. It aptly preceded the introduction of an operatic choir of astonishingly talented children that beautifully performed Somewhere Only We Know with Allen`s underutilised falsetto.

It was an awe-inspiring moment fuelled with Christmas spirit and typified a show that caressed the timeline of her music with brave ideas that succeeded in entertaining her admiring army.



Lily Allen Recreates The Nativity As She Takes To The Stage

By Craig, on December 13th, 2014, under News // No Comments

There’s no denying that she’s a fan of causing controversy.

So as Lily Allen played a festive gig at London’s O2 Academy Brixton she made sure to give all those in attendance something to talk about as she arrived on stage in manger.

Recreating the nativity, the 29-year-old singer sat in a hay covered hammock as she belted tracks from her latest album, Sheezus.

Standing in the spotlight Lily shimmered as she donned a sequinned blue mini dress.

Adding height to her petite frame, the mother-of-two wore a pair of patent white Christian Louboutin pointed stilettos.

Wearing her blonde hair up in a bun, Allen opted for winged eyes and nude lips as she accessorised with several bracelets.

The Christmas themed show, which marked the end of her tour, also saw the stage lit up with large baby bottles as the Air Balloon singer was joined on stage by a choir.  Read More » Competition!

By Craig, on December 13th, 2014, under Competition, Site // No Comments

To celebrate the start of 2015, are giving away a Lily Loves nail collection to ONE lucky winner!

The winner, who will be picked on Friday 19th December, can choose from the following nail collections:

Everything’s Just Wonderful

Hard Out Here

Know Em’ Out



Littlest Things


To be in with the chance of winning this amazing gift, simply retweet our tweet:


Simon Cowell rubbishes X Factor ‘Uptown Funk’ controversy and slams Lily Allen

By Craig, on December 11th, 2014, under News // No Comments

Simon Cowell has denied there was foul play on show when Fleur East performed ‘Uptown Funk’ on the X Factor this weekend.

The contestant ran through the then-unreleased Mark Ronsonsong and her performance instantly reached No.1 on iTunes.

Ronson – whose label Columbia is linked to Cowell’s Syco parent company Sony – then rush-released ‘Uptown Funk’ and it is set to hit No.1 this weekend.

Cowell told reporters on Wednesday (December 10) that having East perform the tune wasn’t a sly ploy between Sony and Syco to raise the track’s profile.

He said: “The other one is nothing to do with me. I mean it’s part Sony, but there was all the nonsense about what was it called? [Industry corruption?] I mean give me a break.”

Lily Allen criticised the move on Twitter, but Cowell added to the Mirror that she is in no place to judge.

He said: “Lily should stop bleating on about all this. Fleur needed this break, got a chance, she totally killed it. Why not be happy for another artist and say congratulations instead of thinking of some stupid conspiracy theory.

“The irony is I spoke to Lily about being a judge. And from what I took from the meeting, she was seriously considering it. Thank God I said no. She’d be a barrel of laughs.”



Lily Allen: ‘I’m trying to grow up, finally’

By Craig, on December 11th, 2014, under News // No Comments

Hitmaker Lily Allen has revealed that she stopped drinking alcohol a month ago in an effort to ‘grow up’.

Speaking to Grazia magazine at the British Fashion Awards recently, the ‘Air Balloon’ songstress confessed that she has been trying to be more mature and responsible lately so decided to eliminate booze from her lifestyle:

“I’m sober tonight. In fact, I haven’t had a drink for a month. It’s been hard not drinking, but I’m trying to grow up. Finally.”

The star, meanwhile, will be performing live this Friday on December 12 at London’s Brixton Academy for a special Christmas concert and the best dressed gig-goer will win a prize according to the event’s poster, which she shared via Twitter earlier today (December 9).

Allen also opened up about being asked to sing on the Band Aid 30 single earlier in November and described the event as nothing but a popularity contest: “I got an email asking me to do it. It’s difficult to give an explanation why I didn’t do it without sounding like a complete c**t. I prefer to do my charitable bit by donating actual money and not being lumped in with a bunch of people like that.”

Watch a recent interview with Allen below:


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By Craig, on December 9th, 2014, under Site, Site Update // No Comments has opened it’s BRAND NEW Icon Archive!

Here you can find a collection of Lily Allen icons, for you to use freely.

Make sure you check it out by clicking here!

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Lily Allen On Most Popular Christmas Songs List

By Craig, on December 4th, 2014, under News // No Comments


Lily Allen and Leona Lewis are two new additions to PPL’s Most Played Christmas Songs of the Year list.

The UK chart sees Pogues’ old favourite ‘Fairytale of New York’ at No.1.

However, Allen’s 2013 song ‘Somewhere Only We Know’ is at No.2, whilst Leona Lewis’s recent tune ‘One More Sleep’ is No.9.

It is the first time two British females have featured on the list.