Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Chloe Moretz In Jonathan Saunders - Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Chloe Moretz was spotted headed to a studio in Hollywood, California prior to her guest appearance on the Jimmy Kimmel Live! show.

Promoting her latest movie, ‘Kick-Ass 2′, the teen star wore a Jonathan Saunders Resort 2014 fit-and-flare black dress with a traffic-stopping neon-yellow scalloped panel.

The pocketed frock was styled with a pair of petrol-blue pumps.

It would’ve been a fun idea to match the dress to the Jimmy Choo ‘Agnes’ degrade pumps, which have the same neon-yellow-to-black likeness we see on her dress.

A quiffed updo, taupe nails and rosy cheeks completed her look.

Credit: Style.com & FameFlynet

Chloe Moretz In Christopher Kane - 2013 Teen Choice Awards

Chloe Moretz took time out of her promo tour for ‘Kick-Ass 2′ to attend the 2013 Teen Choice Awards at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, California on Sunday evening.

The actress wore an off-the-shoulder black dress with red, blue, white and yellow elastic panels from Christopher Kane’s Resort 2014 collection.

You may remember that Emilia Clarke wore a red tonal version of this dress, so I’m delighted to see the colourful look-book version take to the red carpet.

Simple styling, including Jimmy Choo sandals and a purposely messy chignon, was the perfect way to ensure all eyes were firmly on her dress.

Credit: Style.com & Getty

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Chloe Mortez In Viktor & Rolf - 'Kick Ass 2' London Photocall

Chloe Moretz attended the ‘Kick-Ass 2′ photocall held at Claridges Hotel in London this afternoon.

Considering the downpour, this snazzy Viktor & Rolf Resort 2014 suit was an appropriate look for the occasion.

Her grey-and-navy striped suit styled with a simple white shirt is the perfect way to work a menswear inspired look in an effortless and youthful way.

We all know Chloe has an extensive shoe closet, however, on this occasion she selected a fuss-free pair of black Chanel Mary Janes which were perfectly in tune with her well-tailored look.

Barely there makeup and wavy locks completed her look.

Credit: Style.com & Getty

Chloe Moretz In Antonio Berardi - Live with Kelly and Michael

Chloe Moretz made a guest appearance on ‘Live with Kelly and Michael’ in New York City on Monday to promote her latest movie, ‘Kick-Ass 2′.

The 16-year-old actress wore a black-and-white head-to-toe look which featured an Antonio Berardi Pre-Fall 2013 long-sleeve colour-block top paired with a short flounce skirt from the designer’s Resort 2014 collection.

Taking the colour palette of her outfit into consideration, she wore black Sergio Rossi T-bar pumps with a white toe-cap which added a sweet touch to her edgy, youthful look.

Fresh neutral makeup and naturally wavy tresses completed her look.

Credit: Style.com & ABC

InStyle-issue-August-cover-Chloe-Moretz

Chloe Moretz graces the cover of InStyle UK’s August 2013 issue wearing a Christian Dior Fall 2013 black-and-white-houndstooth and pink-crochet dress.

The 16-year-old actress, who stars in the upcoming movie ‘Carrie’ alongside Hollywood star Julianne Moore, also wears bright-hued looks by Simone Rocha and Jeremy Scott in her editorial.

She talks to the mag about the prospect of falling in love one day, high-powered meetings in Hollywood, her parents’ break up and her mum’s cancer diagnosis.

Here are some extracts from her interview. To read more, head over to InStyle.co.uk.

On the prospect of falling in love one day: “You think, ‘Who’s out to deceive me?’ That’s hard. Especially growing up and liking guys and, maybe, ‘Do you want to be in a relationship? Is this person trying to be in my life because I’m famous?’ You can’t just like someone. They might be using you. I talk to Julianne [Moore, her co-star in 'Carrie'] about it and she says, ‘Look, just be careful. Trust your judgement but don’t get in too deep sometimes.’ Because, you know, when you’re young, you fall in love and don’t know it’s happening.”

On having high-powered meetings in Hollywood: “What have I got to be intimidated about? I talk to Donna [Langley, co-chair of Universal Pictures] or someone like that, and they’re like, ‘We’d love to do stuff with you. I’ll tell you our slate, tell us what you’re interested in.’ …Sometimes they’ll just be, ‘It’s so weird, you are 16 years old. You don’t talk like my kid does.’ And I’m like, ‘Trust me, when I’m with friends I might.’”

On her mum and dad’s break up, and her mum’s cancer diagnosis: “It made me realise, along with everything that happened with my dad, that your parents aren’t these godly figures. They’re not chosen by the heavens. They’re humans. Their bodies can fail and they can die at any moment. They make mistakes. They cry. They fight. It definitely, from a young age, put everything into perspective for me.”

Credit: InStyle UK




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