Amelia Hamlin is stunning in a skintight and revealing tube dress, this as she shouts out a brand adored by mogul Kim Kardashian. The 20-year-old model and daughter to Bravo star Lisa Rinna is fast-rising in the world of fashion, with a recent Instagram share from her shouting out edgy designer Rick Owens.
Amelia, now living her best life following her brief romance with Scott Disick, posted for her 1.2 million Instagram followers with a small gallery. The influencer posed all edgy and mess-haired, modeling a strapless and plunging black dress in faux leather, going ruched, clingy, and definitely wowing.
Amelia Hamlin stuns in Rick Owens dress
Shot indoors and backed by white walls, the L.A.-based star flaunted her killer waistline in the figure-hugging number, also messing up her hair and holding up one stand in the opening shot. She showed off a golden tan and the plump pout she’s inherited from 58-year-old mom Lisa.
The bombshell drew attention to her toned arms in the second snap as she was snapped slightly in motion, with the closing image offering a rear view as the star went sultry and with an old-school Hollywood vibe.
“Burn me in this dress,” Amelia wrote with gothic writing, tagging Rick Owens and MyTheresa, where fans can shop the pricey dress.
There’s a bigger brand on Amelia’s Instagram right now, though.
Amelia Hamlin and sister Delilah land Versace campaign
Shortly before her Rick Owens post, Amelia shared a proud moment as she and sister Delilah Belle front luxury fashion giant Versace. The iconic brand has this year tapped a series of celebrity sisters for its campaign, not limited to Cardi B and Hennessy Carolina, plus models Gigi and Bella Hadid. Amelia wrote: “Now & then…” as she shared the current 2022 campaign, plus a throwback of when she and Delilah were little.
Amelia now has the magazines waiting in line to profile her. Bustle was lucky enough to grab her for an interview, where she made it clear that fame won’t get to her.
The Instagram sensation told the magazine: “Now, if I ever decide to read my comments, I hide my phone because I feel so guilty. I’ll hide my phone from my mom, my boyfriend, my sister, everyone. I’m like, ‘What am I doing? I know that this isn’t right or what I should be doing.’ And if I see a mean comment that gets me down, I just remind myself, ‘Okay, what other people think about you is none of your business.’”
“You know that term haters are motivators? I feel true haters do come with motivators and you have to remind yourself of that constantly,” she added.