She regularly turns heads with her unique fashion sense.
And Lily Allen put on an extremely edgy display as she joined Maya Jama at the House of Holland AW19
The singer, 33, turned heads with her colourful outfit, donning a baggy blue jumper with an Aztec print and a long, pleated green skirt.
Style: Lily Allen put on an extremely edgy display as she joined Maya Jama at the House of Holland AW19 London Fashion Week catwalk show at Ambika P3 in London on Saturday
Styling her raven locks into an updo, Lily accessorised with a teal handbag and a variety of necklaces while she drew further attention to her look with a dramatic smokey eye.
The hitmaker completed her ensemble with a pair of flourescent green shades which she sported inside the venue.
Also in attendance for the fashionable event was TV presenter Maya Jama.
The presenter, 24, effortlessly stood out in a figure-hugging, baby pink bodycon dress which she paired with a hot pink knee-length coat.
Enemble: Lily turned heads with her colourful outfit, donning a baggy blue jumper with an Aztec print and a long, pleated green skirt
Sporting box-fresh white trainers, Maya carried a multi-coloured handbag and styled her locks into loose waves.
Former Girls Aloud star Nicola Roberts was another famous face who attended the fashion show.
The singer, who is known for her love of fashion, wore a baby blue, long-sleeved top with a block print which she paired with a cyan skirt with a circular print.
Adding height to her frame with black boots, Nicola let her flame-haired tresses hand loose down her shoulders for the evening.
Guest: Former Girls Aloud star Nicola Roberts was another famous face who attended the fashion show
Lily was attending shortly after returning to the UK from Australia, where she ended her No Shame World Tour at Perth’s Metro City on February 12.
She completed her tour having waded into the controversy surrounding actor Liam Neeson while performing in Sydney.
The Taken actor, 66, faced backlash after admitting he once felt a ‘primal urge’ to ‘murder a black b*****d’ after a loved one was raped.
Lily later addressed his comments on stage by calling the actor a ‘racist pig’, several concertgoers claimed on Twitter.
The Smile singer finished off her second performance in the New South Wales city with F**k You, a track from her second album It’s Not Me, It’s You.
She introduced the song by saying: ‘Usually, I dedicate this song to Donald Trump, but today I thought “I feel more disgusted by Liam Neeson”. So this is going to be dedicated to Liam.’
According to a review in The Courier-Mail, Lily went on: ‘Everyone went, “how dare you call Liam Neeson a racist!” I was like no, how dare Liam Neeson!’
‘How dare Liam Neeson go out with a weapon looking for any black bastard to kill for something that was completely unrelated.’
Head turner: Lily accessorised with a teal handbag and a variety of necklaces while she drew further attention to her look with a dramatic smokey eye