Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Elle Fanning joined Kirsten Dunst at the Chateau Marmont for the Rodarte celebratory dinner on Tuesday evening in Hollywood.

She wore a Rodarte Spring 2012 dress, her second look from this collection after wearing a Rodarte Spring 2012 gown to the Critics’ Choice Awards on Thursday.

The gold and floral-print off-the shoulder dress was accessorized with a simple Van Cleef & Arpels bracelet and black lace-up flats.

Despite being so young Elle doesn’t look like she’s playing dress up and her styling is always simple to allow the dress to shine.

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Elle Fanning eager to kick start her awards season, as she was among the first to hit the red carpet at the 2012 Critic’s Choice Awards, held in L.A. on Thursday evening.

The young actress wore a Rodarte Spring 2012 gown.

Her sunflower print gown was perfect for a sunny day in L.A.

Rodarte’s Van Gogh inspired Spring 2012 collection has seen little wear on the red carpet, so I’m happy to see the arty collection worn before next month’s Fall presentations.

This floaty floral dress works perfectly with Elle’s young and fresh persona.

Natural hair and makeup complete this youthful look.

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Elle Fanning graces the February 2012 cover of Teen Vogue wearing a red lace Miu Miu dress.

You will be pleased to know that the teen who you vote Best Dressed Teen of 2011 isn’t wearing any nude dresses in her editorial.

She wears a pink Carven dress, a scarlet Red Valentino dress, a pink Bebe top, a salmon Christopher Kane dress and a check Prada dress.

At 13 years old the talented actress has already landed a Marc Jacobs campaign, has already worn countless Couture looks on the red carpet, sat front row at Chanel and Rodarte plus she has many magazine covers under her stylish belt.

In her interview she talks about falling in love with Ryan Gosling, her big sister Dakota and dressing her age.

You can read more of Elle interview over at TeenVogue.com. Here are some extracts:

On her acting method: “I never really pull from experience. I just sort of make believe. That’s why I like acting. You can create or imagine anything. It’s not like I’ve fallen in love but I’ve had crushes and things.” Read more…

Elle Fanning was voted the Best Dressed Teen Star of 2011.

This was no easy feat with many teen stars heavily competing – and, in Chloe Moretz’ case, pouting – on the red carpet to steal her crown which she’s held since bursting onto the scene last year.

Her style choices reflect that she is still in no hurry to grow up, opting for stylish, classic choices from Rodarte, Valentino and Chanel, whilst still opting for younger, fun looks by Opening Ceremony, Marc by Marc Jacobs and D&G.

As she’s still only 13-years-old, she still has plenty more years to dominate this category.

My favourite look is still her Marc Jacobs Resort dress followed by that adorable Valentino Couture look at the Met Gala.

Runner up: Hailee Steinfeld

Back in June, Elle Fanning wore this Marc Jacobs Spring 2012 dress to the 2011 Women in Film Crystal + Lucy Awards.

Her beautiful aqua-blue floral embroidered dress was teamed with coral Chanel peep-toes.

The makeup-free teen opted to wear her hair back in a simple low bun.

Fan Bingbing wore the same dress in pink last week to the press conference of her new movie, ‘My Way’.

The Asian beauty matched her lip colour to her dress and added a red waistband.

Had she opted to wear the dress with better shoes, she would’ve been my winner, but, as Elle was head-to-toe perfect, she wins for me.

If you can’t make up your mind, click on the image above to see more pictures of these ladies wearing their Marc Jacobs dress.

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