Lily Collins has the distinction of being the first female ambassador for the GO Campaign, a non-profit organization that raises awareness and funds to improve the lives of orphans and vulnerable children around the world.
In recent years, she’s also slipped into the role of co-host of her annual fundraising gala, which she continued on Saturday for the 2022 event at the City Market Social House in downtown Los Angeles.
As she has for the past two years, Collins would once again share hosting duties with fellow actors Ewan McGregor and Robert Pattinson.
Chic: Lily Collins, 33, exuded elegance as co-host of the 16th annual GO Campaign Gala in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday
Ahead of the festivities, Collins stepped out on the red carpet in a one-of-a-kind dress that fit her petite curves perfectly.
The upper part appeared to be a yellowish fishnet adorned with jewel appliqués.
The bottom kept a similar design scheme, except she replaced yellow with black mesh and floral-inspired shimmering decals that caught the light as she posed.
Unique: Ahead of the festivities, Collins stepped out on the red carpet in a unique dress that suits her petite curves in all the right ways
Dazzling: the upper seemed to be a yellowish fishnet adorned with jeweled appliques
Her black and silver platform heels matched the lower part of the dress perfectly.
Knowing the importance of the little things, she accessorized with an assortment of rings and a pair of dangling earrings.
To complete her overall look, the Surrey, England native had her dark brown tresses, which had hints of burgundy, styled into a creative high bun, while letting her hair fall around the frame of her face.
After stepping out solo for a series of photos, the Emily In Paris star was joined by hubby Charlie McDowell.
Family matters: Collins also snuggled up with husband Charlie McDowell, which comes just over a month after celebrating their first wedding anniversary on September 4
Show of support: Collins also struck a few poses alongside his Emily In Paris co-star Samuel Arnold, who was dressed in a black paisley-style tuxedo which he teamed with a matching bow tie and shirt white
The screenwriter and director, 39, looked handsome in a matching black suit with a white shirt and gray tie.
The couple, who started dating in 2019, just celebrated their first wedding anniversary on September 4.
The One I Love filmmaker is reportedly stepping down so his wife can strike a pose or two with his Emily In Paris co-star Samuel Arnold, 31.
The French actor flashed a broad smile as he dressed in a black cashmere-style tuxedo which he paired with a matching bow tie and white shirt.
At some point, Collins decided to take a group photo with Arnold, along with actors Isabella Heathcote, Max Carver and Brianne Howey.
The stars came out: Some of the stars who showed their support at the gala included Max Carver, Brianne Howey and Bella Heathcote, who joined Collins and Arnold for group photos
Heathcote, 35, from Australia, looked lovely in a blue and black patterned dress with green heels and her blonde locks styled out of her face.
Carver, 34, who is known for his numerous television roles as Desperate Housewives, The Leftovers and Teen Wolf looked stylish in a black suit and white button up jumpsuit.
Howey, 33, showcased her fabulous figure wearing a plunging orange dress that emphasized her cleavage.
That night, the leading lady of Ginny & Georgia had her blonde tresses styled long and flowing past her shoulder with a center parting.
Going around: Collins and Arnold also had a chance to catch up and chat during the gala, which was presented by Netflix and Beachbody
Founded in 2006, the GO Campaign supports grassroots projects that provide direct assistance to children in need of education and job training, medical care, enrichment programs and basic human rights.
“We believe that every child deserves the right to have opportunities. Opportunity for education, medical care, shelter, food and clean water, enrichment…a fair chance in life,” reads the the organization’s website.
In addition to funds, GO Campaign provides capacity building expertise to help protect the sustainability and longevity of struggling local nonprofits.
Along with its youth programs in the United States, the GO Campaign has funded children’s programs in more than 37 countries around the world.
Make a difference: Collins holds the distinction of being the first female ambassador for the GO Campaign, a non-profit organization that raises awareness and funds to improve the lives of orphans and vulnerable children around the world.