Elle Fanning In Wes Gordon – 25 Most Powerful Stylists Luncheon 2014

Elle Fanning In Wes Gordon - 25 Most Powerful Stylists Luncheon 2014

Elle Fanning joined Zoey Deutch and Bella Heathcote for The Hollywood Reporter & Jimmy Choo celebration of the Most Powerful Stylists in Hollywood on Wednesday (March 12) in West Hollywood, California.

The young actress wore a Wes Gordon Fall 2014 dual-colour silk-georgette-and-tulle banded sheath dress, keeping up the sheer-hem trend and possibly kick-starting the sheer midriff trend.

She perfectly colour-coordinated her look, with maroon satin sandals and a bronzed Jimmy Choo ‘Carmen’ clutch rounding out her look.

Elle does have great style, but occasionally her love for Prada, clunky shoes or an unnecessary jacket throws me off a look; on this occasion, though, it’s head-to-toe perfection.

Do you agree?

Credit: Style.com & Todd Williamson/Invision for The Hollywood Reporter/AP Images courtesy of Jimmy Choo

14 thoughts on “Elle Fanning In Wes Gordon – 25 Most Powerful Stylists Luncheon 2014

  1. EmGu

    I think this look in entirely too old for her. The sheer panel is too closely cut to her bust line to be suitable for a 16 year old girl. I would have preferred to see Naya Riviera in this.

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  2. Amanda

    I love these girls like Elle who do not follow a trend or will it safe. She has a fresh and innovative style.

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  3. Sophy

    I don’t agree – thatcropped top is too short – if she lifts her arm slightly her breasts would be out- adn who wants to see that on anyone let alone a 15 yr old and her navel is showing – I thought that was the cardinal rule for staying classy in crop tops- no navel????

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  4. ok

    I disagree that she has great style. She is never edgy or cool enough to pull off many of the looks she chooses, which, perhaps could be elevated from dreadful by the right person. This is no exception.

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  5. Tracy

    I wish the sheerness didn’t extend to her belly button, but overall I really like this look and her accessories. Less is defs more.

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