Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Hailee Steinfeld proved herself to be a true fashion darling in the making yesterday evening at the premiere of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ in New York City.

The actress sported a colourful floral sequin dress from Marc Jacobs’ Resort 2013 collection and looked adorable as she smiled and flaunted the large three-dimensional bow at the top of her age-appropriate and fresh ensemble.

When this look was presented it was of a longer, ankle-grazing length, which I would have preferred in this case.

While the look has a youthful air, a full-length dress would have mixed in an element of drama. Steinfeld’s updo and simple makeup, on the other hand, are refreshing nods to her young age — the starlet is only fifteen, after all.

Black chunky wedges and a black plexy clutch from the same collection prevent the dress from seeming too dainty and complete what I think is a winning look.

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It’s been a while since we last saw Hailee Steinfeld on the red carpet, and I can’t think of a more appropriate event for her to make her return than the 2012 Young Hollywood Awards, which took place in LA yesterday evening.

The 14-year-old actress wore a stunning Prabal Gurung Fall 2012 ensemble for the occasion.

A white sleeveless top with burst of floral appliqués with intricate gold embroidered details was teamed with ice-white shimmering pants.

Despite not being a fan of super long slacks, I love the overall look which includes an Edie Parker ‘Lara’ tiger pearlescent clutch, a House of Lavande bracelet and Brian Atwood heels.

Wavy tresses provided the finishing touch.

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Hailee Steinfield put actresses twice (and three times) her age to shame at the 2012 Met Gala, held in New York last night.

The 15-year-old looked stunning in a Miu Miu blush-pink strapless silk organza gown, trimmed in ribbon and embellished with animated glass and crystal embroidery.

Having once been the face of Miu Miu, Hailee did the brand proud, looking both age-appropriate and completely elegant.

Miu Miu shoes and long shiny locks complete the princess-like look.

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Hailee Steinfeld was also in attendance at Tuesday night’s Elle dinner in LA.

The young actress wore a black lazar-cut Chloë Sevigny for Opening Ceremony dress from the Resort 2012 collection.

The pairing of original cool-girl style star, Chloë Sevigny, and Hailee, who is leading the new-wave of stylish young actresses, is a match made in it-girl heaven.

The intricate designs in the leather garment have a great girly-meets-punk feel, while still maintaining some maturity.

However, with such a stand-out dress, we are overloaded with even more ‘notice-me’ styling.

We are fine with the printed jacket and peep-toe booties, but those bright-red tights absolutely ruin what could have been a great moment.

If she needed tights for coverage under the short skirt, black would have worked just fine, or at the very least, a maroon-red to match the jacket.

A severe fishtail braid and natural makeup complete the look.

Edgy or overcooked?

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Elle Fanning and Hailee Steinfeld were both out last night attending the Chanel Intimate Dinner which was held in LA yesterday evening.

I don’t know about you, but I’m starting to feel slightly fatigued by these two.

What started off as being two young talented actresses looking cute in designer looks has become two young talented actresses looking older than their teen years in designer clothes.

Nothing really feels organic with these two anymore, but I don’t blame them it’s the fault of those dressing them.

Elle wore Chanel look with a suffocating high neckline and ivory shorts with office pumps, whilst Hailee is once again wearing too much makeup with her Chanel head-to-toe look.

What happened to teens wearing cute dresses by D&G, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Moschino Cheap & Chic or Alice + Olivia?

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