Lindsay Lohan added a touch of star power to the Magnum party in London on Wednesday night. The actress, who has recently said that she wants to make the English capital her permanent home, attended the launch of the Magnum Pleasure Store in Covent Garden.
The pop-up will open for the summer and ice-cream fans will be able to come along and design their very own sweet treats, with a range of indulgent toppings.
Lindsay, 29, had a go at creating her own Magnum, and personalised her milk chocolate ice-cream with silver balls, vermicelli and pearlescent strawberry chocolate pearls.
On what was London's hottest day of the year, the New York-born beauty embraced the sunshine in a cream lace Alice Temperley dress and Isabel Marant shoes.
She was joined by fellow stars Jameela Jamil, Oliver Proudlock and Rosie Fortescue on the night, who all ventured to the ice cream station to create their own dishes. The "queen of prints" designer Holly Fulton was a special guest at the event, and gifted each party-goer a necklace she had made in collaboration with Magnum.
"I have loved designing my Key to the Pleasure necklace, whose design is inspired by the famous cracking chocolate and velvety ice cream on a Magnum," said Holly. "I hope that not only will people love wearing my Magnum-inspired design but will also benefit from free freshly dipped Magnums at the Pleasure Store – I'll certainly be using mine!"