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Tallulah Willis shows her toned physique in a black bikini as she celebrates her dress launch

She is the daughter of Hollywood stars Bruce Willis and Demi Moore.

And Tallulah Willis breaks out on her own while showing off her physique in a black bikini as she celebrated the launch of her new clothing brand on Wednesday.

The 26-year-old actress looked incredible when she flaunted her tight figure in the Instagram photo while posing with boyfriend Rachael Finley, with whom she launched the Wyllis brand.

Looking good: Tallulah Willis breaks out on her own while showing off her physique in a black bikini as she celebrated the launch of her new clothing brand on Wednesday

Looking good: Tallulah Willis breaks out on her own while showing off her physique in a black bikini as she celebrated the launch of her new clothing brand on Wednesday

Tallulah smiled broadly as she raised her hand in the air and held a large black cake decorated with the name of her new fashion line Wyllis.

The sweltering two-piece model had eyelets on the top and high-waisted pants, perfectly showing off her tight midriff and tight legs.

Tallulah swept back her wet raven strands while wearing quirky cat-eye sunglasses.

Meanwhile, another photo saw her wrap her arm around designer friend Rachael, 34, while standing on a step highlighting the height difference between the two.

Celebrations: The 26-year-old actress looked incredible when she flaunted her toned figure while posing with boyfriend Rachael Finley, with whom she launched the Wyllis brand

Celebrations: The 26-year-old actress looked incredible when she flaunted her toned figure while posing with boyfriend Rachael Finley, with whom she launched the Wyllis brand

Celebrations: The 26-year-old actress looked incredible when she flaunted her toned figure while posing with boyfriend Rachael Finley, with whom she launched the Wyllis brand

Rachael himself, who owns the fashion brands Teenage and Hot Lava, looked gorgeous in a lime green bikini top and a matching ruffled mini skirt.

It was also a double celebration for the duo, as they also celebrated Rachael’s 34th birthday in the sun.

Tallulah shared an image of Rachael’s huge birthday cake in her stories.

The new clothing brand Wyllis is unique in that it incorporates Tallulah’s artwork itself in an effort to raise awareness of mental health.

Tallulah told about her brand People: “I want it to be an extension of myself. I think when you do a personally named brand there is a closer connection because it is who you are. ‘

Birthday Girl: It was also a double party for the duo, as they also celebrated Rachael's 34th birthday in the sun. Tallulah shared an image of Rachael's huge birthday cake in her stories

Birthday Girl: It was also a double party for the duo, as they also celebrated Rachael's 34th birthday in the sun. Tallulah shared an image of Rachael's huge birthday cake in her stories

Birthday Girl: It was also a double party for the duo, as they also celebrated Rachael’s 34th birthday in the sun. Tallulah shared an image of Rachael’s huge birthday cake in her stories

Realizing that she wanted it to contain the ethos of kindness and compassion, she continued, “ Because of my own journey and my own struggles with mental health and how close it resonates to me, and this is a very widespread, universal issue of wellbeing . I felt it was something very, very important to touch and create visibility [in the line].

The clothing also includes telephone numbers of the National Suicide Prevention Hotline and the National Alliance on Mental Illness Helpline on the tags.

Speaking about the importance of this element, she added: “It was very important to me because I have been actively suicidal personally and know that feeling very well and know the feeling that I am alone in those moments. And this brand really was born from a deep, dark time in my life where I felt alone. ‘

Meanwhile, Tallulah revealed that she wanted her collection to be inclusive for all sizes, saying that the only reason she wanted people not to buy her clothes was if they didn’t like them.

Amazing: The clothing also includes phone numbers from the National Suicide Prevention Hotline and the National Alliance on Mental Illness Helpline on the tags

Amazing: The clothing also includes phone numbers from the National Suicide Prevention Hotline and the National Alliance on Mental Illness Helpline on the tags

Amazing: The clothing also includes phone numbers from the National Suicide Prevention Hotline and the National Alliance on Mental Illness Helpline on the tags

She said, “I believe the only reason anyone wouldn’t want to wear one of my pieces is because they don’t like it – and it’s fine if they don’t, by the way.

“I think the way I look at the summer collection is the appetizer, and there’s so much more of a meal to dive into if our customers and our porters stay with us.”

She also spoke of postponing the promotion of her brand for several months because it felt “inappropriate” to do so during the coronavirus pandemic.

She told Vogue, “It has been a real education. It was an unprecedented thing for me to start this project and enter the fashion world, but I decided to pause the promotion on social media for a few months at the height of the pandemic.

“It just felt inappropriate to push a product in a time of tremendous grief.”

Included: Meanwhile, Tallulah revealed that she wanted her collection to be inclusive for all sizes and said the only reason she wanted people not to buy her clothes was if they didn't like them

Included: Meanwhile, Tallulah revealed that she wanted her collection to be inclusive for all sizes and said the only reason she wanted people not to buy her clothes was if they didn't like them

Included: Meanwhile, Tallulah revealed that she wanted her collection to be inclusive for all sizes and said the only reason she wanted people not to buy her clothes was if they didn’t like them

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