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Friday 22 August 2014

Olivia Wilde lovely in leather

Olivia Wilde
Olivia Wilde
Olivia Wilde
Olivia Wilde

Olivia Wilde looked sexy in a Talbot Runhof leather dress as she attended a Revlon launch in New York City yesterday.

The stunning Hollywood star - who is an ambassador for the popular beauty giant - wowed in a form-fitting Talbot Runhof leather frock from the designer's latest range.

Olivia teamed the plunging black garment with a pair of equally show-stopping metallic Nicholas Kirkwood heels.

The actress' slim frame was accentuated by the plunging neckline, which featured delicate nude chiffon and cut-out circular patterns across her chest.

The star kept her make-up simple with flawless skin and nude lips, while she wore her ombre locks in loose waves.

Olivia was attending Revlon’s ColorSilk Buttercream launch, which was held at The Royalton Hotel in New York City on Thursday.

Olivia recently revealed she shuns the intense workout regime that most of Hollywood's elite like to follow.

Speaking of her relaxed exercise routine, she explained: "It's a 45-minute cardio workout and you get your weights in, too. I could never do a session of weights and 10,000 squats against a wall - that would drive me insane."

She also spoke of being unhappy with her looks at a young age.

"I wanted to look like Kate Moss, and nobody looks like Kate Moss! Maturity is about self-acceptance, and celebrating what makes you different. I wish I could have said (to my 15-year-old self) 'What you naturally have is perfect - just take your time,'” she revealed.

"I used to change my hair colour every month, going from pink to blue to red to green, and constantly change my style. I wanted to change everything at once."

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