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Lucy Hale supports American Rag

Published 17/06/2014

Lucy Hale
Lucy Hale

Lucy Hale wowed at the American Rag All Access event.

The Pretty Little Liars actress was announced as the new face of the fashion brand in April. Lucy not only performed songs from her first album at the event, but wowed on the red carpet wearing the label head to toe.

She wore a strapless burnt orange jumpsuit with black flower detail coupled with black sandals and gold jewellery. The star, who plays Aria Montgomery in the hit ABC show, had her brown locks flowing round her shoulders in loose waves and kept her make-up simple and natural.

Lucy was overjoyed to be picked as the brands latest ambassador and model.

"I’m so excited to work with American Rag at Macy’s on their ALL ACCESS campaign," she said at the time.

Lucy has regularly spoken about how her fashion sense is changing as she gets older. While she jokes that her everyday style is "boring", she is working hard to step things up.

"I’m trying to evolve my style slowly and gracefully. I’ve hired a stylist called Penny Lovell and she’s British and really cool. She’s styled Emma Watson and people like that,” she enthused to Company magazine last year. "Shopping may be my number one hobby actually. If I'm not physically shopping, I'm online browsing. I love ASOS for that - I wear a lot of ASOS on the show. And, of course, I love Topshop. Now we have one at The Grove in LA, but really I'd love to visit the big London one."

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