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Lizzy Caplan’s everyday wardrobe is ‘boring’

Published 09/07/2016

Lizzy Caplan
Lizzy Caplan

Lizzy Caplan is glad her stylist scores her such good clothes for red carpet appearances.

Lizzy Caplan always feels sad when she has to return clothes to her stylist.

The American actress first found fame as outsider Janis Ian in 2004’s Mean Girls, and over a decade on is still working flat out with projects such as Now You See Me 2 and TV show Masters of Sex.

As a Hollywood star Lizzy often finds herself on the red carpet, and counts herself lucky that she has designers on hand willing to dress her.

“Liberty in London is probably the best store I’ve ever been to,” she smiled to Britain’s Marie Claire magazine while discussing fashion. “It’s both incredible and dangerous.

“My favourite designer is Valentino, but I love Celine, and lately I’m digging Mary Katrantzou. I’m lucky to have an amazing stylist for work events, so I have the luxury of wearing outfits for a night, then the sadness of returning them afterwards. My real life closet is actually quite unimpressive.”

Lizzy has changed a lot since playing Janis in the cult teen flick, noticeably slimming down and rocking a more glamorous appearance. However the 34-year-old loves to indulge in her favourite food and drink, and during a recent vacation to Italy after wrapping Now You See Me 2, tucked into anything she could get her hands on.

“The purpose of a holiday is to stuff your face. Or maybe that’s the purpose of life,” she laughed. “In Italy, I ate everything – fresh fish, pizza and pasta for days. I like Campari, but my favourite drink is a Dirty vodka martini.”

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