Elle Fanning In Opening Ceremony & Dakota Fanning In Nina Ricci – 2013 J.Estina SS Presentation

Elle Fanning In Opening Ceremony & Dakota Fanning In Nina Ricci

Elle and Dakota Fanning attended a promotional event for the 2013 J.Estina SS presentation at the Shilla Hotel in Seoul, South Korea earlier today.

It’s rare for us to see the sisters on the red carpet together, so I had no idea that Elle towered over her older sister Dakota, who has reverted back to her natural blonde hue.

Dressed in cute mini dresses, Elle wore a pretty floral Opening Ceremony Resort 2013 frock with a stand-out blue python embellished clutch and a nude pair of Miu Miu platform bow-front peep-toes.

Elle’s choice of footwear could which could explain why she’s that much taller than Dakota as she wore metallic silver Miu Miu loafers with her ethereal white lace Nina Ricci Resort 2011 sleeveless dress.

Like Elle, Dakota carried a contrasting clutch which stood out against her simple look.

Both look cute, fresh and youthful, but I’m captivated by that gorgeous floral print on Elle’s dress and her soft subtle wavy tresses.

Fannings

Opening Ceremony DressShopbop.com
Miu Miu Patent Jewel-Heel Bow-Toe SandalsNeiman Marcus
Miu Miu Loafers - Saks.com.

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Elle Fanning In Chanel – The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

Elle Fanning, your Best Dressed Teen for 2012, made a guest appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno last Friday.

The young actress told the TV host that she’s taking Biology, French and Geometry classes, plus she was on the show to promote her latest flick, ‘Ginger and Rosa’, sharing that she had her first on-screen kiss shooting this movie – at which point she burst into fits of uncontrollable laughter.

Opting for an angelic look, she wore a Chanel Resort 2013 dress with puffy sleeves which she accessorized with lavender Chanel sandals and a pear-accented choker.

A half-up, half-down hairstyle completed her look.

Love, or does the civil-war-era vibe of this look put you off?

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24.12.12 Best Of

Best Dressed Teen 2012 – Elle Fanning

Elle Fanning has virtually stolen the spotlight from her older sister, Dakota—and from a host of other burgeoning starlets.

Not only did this precocious 14-year-old actress land a role in the upcoming Sleeping Beauty movie, Maleficent, with Angelina Jolie, she also was just nominated for a 2013 Critics’ Choice Award for her part in Ginger & Rosa.

She is no shrinking violet on the style scene either. So it’s no surprise Elle was elected the Best Dressed Teen of 2012, continuing her winning streak from last year.

A radiant presence with her alabaster skin, her deep gaze and those angelic blonde locks, Elle makes a strong impression whether she’s a girly goddess on the red carpet, a fairy tale fashionista at a film premiere, the girl-next-door for Teen Vogue or an artsy rocker chick covering the latest issue of Bullett magazine.

She achieves such grace by mixing cute with couture and princess with punk, all with a young and fun flair. And she’s not afraid to take risks. Remember, Elle was the one who colored outside the lines and dared to wear a sunny piece from Rodarte’s Van Gogh-inspired Spring 2012 collection at the 2012 Critics’ Choice Awards.

In fact, this PYT often leans towards high-concept looks plucked straight from the runway, favoring bold names like Chanel, Oscar de la Renta, Prada and Rochas.

One of her most memorable ensembles of the year was actually an ode to androgyny: the print-happy Miu Miu Fall 2012 trouser suit she wore for the Ginger & Rosa premiere at the 2012 Toronto Film Festival.

It’s not hard to see why Elle has captivated the attention of film directors and fashion designers, carving out a glowing role in the movie biz and in the style world with more panache than starlets two or three times her age.

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Elle Fanning In Oscar de la Renta – British Independent Film Awards 2012

The British Independent Film Awards took place at Old Billingsgate Market in London yesterday evening and were attended by Britain’s talented up-and-coming stars, plus a cute teen American actress called Elle Fanning.

I love Elle, because you never quite know what’s coming next: she can go from indie to edgy to preppy to princess-like with equal aplomb.

Last night, it was princess-like, wearing an Oscar de la Renta Spring 2013 gown.

The light-pink silk organza embroidered gown with a fitted bodice and bell-shaped skirt does an amazing job of not washing her out nor overwhelming her petite figure.

Keeping the styling super-simple and ensuring all eyes were on her fabulous dress, she opted for no makeup, nude Oscar de la Renta pumps and a slicked-back bun.

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Elle Fanning In Creatures of the Wind & Marni – The Variety Studio: Awards Edition Event

You all pretty much hated Elle Fanning’s last red carpet look, so hopefully she managed to redeem herself when she attended The Variety Studio: Awards Edition event, held at a private residence in LA on Wednesday.

The young actress wore a simple Fall look, donning a burgundy Marni sweater from the Fall 2012 collection with a black A-line Creatures of the Wind skirt with a high waist and dainty bow accent from the Spring 2013 collection.

Keeping the styling super simple, the actress opted for Marni ankle-strap black wedges to complete her look.

Did she redeem herself?

You can buy Elle’s Marni wedges from Barneys.

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Elle Fanning In Prada – ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2′ LA Premiere

Elle Fanning joined her older sister Dakota Fanning on the red carpet for ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2′ premiere, held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in California on Monday evening.

The young star wore a Prada Spring 2013 ensemble.

Her pink satin look featured a peplum top and short skirt with what I can imagine is an obi-style belt.

I like how she can wear a colour this pale and not be totally washed out by it, but I find the shoes distracting – not in a good way.

Barely-there makeup and super-straight locks completed her look.

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