Lily-Rose Depp Steps Out For The Premiere Of Her New Movie 'Silent Night' In A Bubblegum Pink Two-Piece By Chanel: Photos
It's her time to shine! On September 16, Lily-Rose Depp stepped out for the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of her new movie Silent Night.
While she may have famous parents — her dad is Johnny Depp, while mom is model Vanessa Paradis — it's clear that she's becoming a star in her own right.
Check out the Chanel ensemble she wore to the movie event.
The actress — who gave the camera a smoldering stare — styled her dirty blonde locks in waves and added a swipe of bright red lipstick to her plump pout.
Her new black comedy centers on a family preparing to throw the perfect Christmas celebration, but things soon take dark and deadly turn. It also stars Keira Knightley and Annabelle Wallis and acts as the directorial debut for Camille Griffin.
The fashionista's Chanel bubble gum pink outfit is actually two separate pieces consisting of a tweed corseted top and matching skirt.
The star has been an ambassador for the brand since she was a teen.
"There are people in [the Chanel] team who have watched me grow up. I have absolute confidence in them and their counsel," Depp shared. "They have always looked out for me in the most gracious, generous and warm way. I’m very lucky to have been acquainted with this brand starting at such a young age."
The King star's black pumps were also from Chanel, the same designer she wore to this year's Met Gala.
For the shindig, which marked her second time at the event, she wore a black and pale pink strapless crop top and a matching skirt, both of which were adorned with glass beads, tulle, silk organza and embroidered flowers.
At this year's party, ex-boyfriend Timothée Chalamet was one of the cochairs, though it's unclear if the two interacted at all. Meanwhile, the blonde babe was spotted kissing actor Austin Butler just last month.
The 22-year-old is bilingual, as her mom speaks French.
"Both feel very natural to me in different ways," she said. "I speak exclusively French with my French family, and exclusively English with my American family. So I feel very at home in both of them."