Update: Now with pictures of Lily at the match!
Some fantastic new photos of Lily Cole for Plastic Dreams titled "Lily In The Sky With Diamonds." Beautiful! Check out the rest of the pictures below.
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LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - NOVEMBER 13: Charlie Cox and Lily Cole arrive at the post-show party, The 25th Hour, following The Old Vic's 24 Hour Plays Celebrity Gala 2011 during which guests drank Jack Daniels Single Barrel, Final Act cocktails at the Corinthia Hotel London on November 13, 2011 in London, England. (Photo by Eamonn McCormack/Getty Images for The Old Vic's 24 Hour Plays Celebrity Gala) 14/11/2011
Harper's Bazaar's most glamorous Women of the Year awards yet saw stars from Tom Ford to Judi Dench celebrate at Claridge’s in London’s Mayfair last night. The Laurent Perrier champagne was flowing as the prestigious Swarovski awards were presented to our most influential people of 2011.
Singer Florence Welch, who presented Sarah Burton with the Designer of the Year Award, wore Alexander McQueen while model Lily Cole, who didn't stick to the black and gold dress code, chose a stunning ornate blue dress.
Lily, who presented Judi Dench with her Lifetime Achievement Award, told guests in Claridge’s Ballroom, “I feel like I have won something this evening, having the honour to present this award.”
Getty photo taken at protest yesterday
MODEL Lily Cole participated in yesterday's London-based student protests, which campaigned against the government's tuition fee rise and university funding cuts.
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Lily Cole by Mario Sorrenti
via Fashion to the Core
Mackenzie Crook, Lily Cole and Katherine Parkinson are among those taking up the challenge of the Old Vic's 24 Hour Plays Celebrity Gala this year.
The gala event, which was first held in 2004, brings together about 50 established actors, writers and directors to create six new short plays in a single day. It aims to raise funds for The Old Vic Theatre Trust, a charity set up to support both the Old Vic's work and the theatre building itself. It also encompasses Old Vic New Voices, the education and community department, which has run its own 24 Hour Plays event every year since 2005.
Rob Brydon will host the gala itself on 13 November, with the creative team gathering for the first time at 10pm the previous night. Writers including Roy Williams, Jack Thorne and Amy Rosenthal will have until dawn to come up with a 10-minute play. After an intensive day of rehearsals, each work will then be performed on the Old Vic stage.
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