Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation
Top

Liv Needs You Tonight

liv4.jpg
liv2.jpg
liv3.jpg
liv5.jpg
liv-splash1.jpg

We'd almost forgotten how hot Liv Tyler is, but after watching her covering the INXS hit Need You Tonight in this video for the launch of Very Irrésistible Givenchy Electric Rose, she's officially our latest girl crush (sorry Zooey).

It makes sense that Liv is a natural rock chick - after all she is the daughter of Aerosmith's Steven Tyler and famously copied his on-stage antics in the music video for their 1994 hit Crazy. Kudos to Givenchy for channelling their spokesmodel's rock 'n' roll DNA in this super sexy clip...

What do you think of Liv's performance? Let us know in the comments section below or on Twitter @stylistmagazine

Related

Untitled-4.jpg

Skinny-dipping REN ad causes a stir

kylie-hair-splash.jpg

Kylie's hair evolution

dvf-splash-2.jpg

Backstage with M.A.C at DVF

Comments

More

This is why Alicia Keys wore make-up in her latest photo shoot

The star appears in colourful eyeshadow and sweeping eyeliner

by Amy Swales
20 Jan 2017

Iris Law is the new face of Burberry Beauty

A huge gig for the 16-year-old

by Anna Pollitt
17 Jan 2017

Why more and more women are embracing wigs

“I never have a bad hair day”

by The Stylist web team
15 Jan 2017

Claire Danes reveals how she tackles anxiety over her appearance

How to avoid falling into an "obsessive loop"

by Sarah Biddlecombe
05 Jan 2017

Caitlyn Jenner’s new MAC collection is here and it’s fabulous

Make-up for everyone.

by Moya Crockett
04 Jan 2017

British Army recruiters slammed for sexist “Military Makeup” campaign

"We want to know the girls behind the make up! We are searching for real beauty"

by Sarah Biddlecombe
03 Jan 2017

Hurrah: beauty grooming victory as Tesco cuts price of women's razors

A small victory

by Sarah Biddlecombe
03 Jan 2017

Breaking new ground: introducing 2017's innovative beauty products

Finally, some answers for beauty's biggest conundrums

by The Stylist web team
30 Dec 2016

Hair trends 2017: The cuts and colours ruling social media

New year, new hair?

by Amy Lewis
22 Dec 2016

Hairdressers are being trained to spot signs of domestic abuse

New law requires beauty workers to spot the signs

by Anna Pollitt
19 Dec 2016