The 30-year-old actress puts on a fashionable and alluring display as she heads out to celebrate her show's fifth season.
Hilary Duff recently attended TV Land’s premiere of her show 'Younger''s fifth season flaunting a curvy figure in a smart ensemble.
On Monday night, stars came out to the glitzy event and Hilary’s star didn’t go unnoticed as she paraded in a pair of figure-hugging side-striped trousers matched with a red and white Monse Maison sweater.
Her chic pants in a shade of black with red stripes coursing down its sides provided a longer illusion for her frame. She matched the smart Rag & Bone creation with an equally stylish sweater that flashed one side of her shoulder as she scrunched up its sleeves to reveal her forearms.
Hilary was easily a stunner that night as she showcased her curvy assets while highlighting her features with her loosely draped wavy hair and flawless make-up. She finished off her look with a pair of white pointy heels.
According to the report by the Daily Mail, Hilary’s television show, ‘Younger’, is returning for its fifth season on June 5 and she and her co-stars made sure their hit program was represented during TV Land’s event. Joining her were co-stars Sutton Foster, Debi Mazar, Mirian Shor and Nico Tortella.
Sutton who plays main character Liza on the show was also dressed to impress in a floral midi skirt and pastel green top.
The end of the fourth season of ‘Younger’ saw Liza’s ex Josh marrying his one-month old girlfriend Claire despite professing he still loved Liza. Show creator Darren Star recently clued in on what’s next on season 5.
“If there is one over-arching idea about this season, it’s that things get real.
"I don’t think this season is as much about, 'Can (Liza) sustain her lie?' It’s more about, 'Can she sustain her relationships with characters that she loves?"'
The lie the famous creator is referring to is Liza’s passing off as a 26-year-old despite the fact that she’s in her forties so she could re-enter the publishing world.
Also reportedly in the works is a storyline involving sexual harassment in the workplace where Empirical Publishing’s creepy author Edward L.L. Moore takes center stage. The plot is a nod to the recent #MeToo movement that’s taken the Hollywood industry by storm after a surge of sexual harassment cases among producers, actors and actresses were exposed.