Madeline Brewer: Wrapping herself up in a Natori bustier paired with Halston trousers, Madeline let the origami-obi belt do the work for this ensemble. A black Corto Moltedo clutch seamlessly melded into the look.
Rowan Blanchard: I love young Rowan’s fearless embrace of style, as she took the fanciful artistry of this Elie Saab Pre-Fall 2017 beaded lace dress into fashion-forward territory with her futuristic eyeliner effect and crystal embellishment under her eyes.
Emily Robinson: I have to applaud Emily for at least skipping the ubiquitous sheer lace and exchanging it for sheer latticework in this Shrimps Spring 2017 dress. While I could have given the dress a pass, I don’t understand the golden handbag and metallic heels.
Joey King: I wasn’t prepared to like this Chloé Spring 2017 ensemble as much as I did, but the retro, hippy-flower pants are a fun look—plus they surprisingly didn’t overwhelm Joey’s petite frame thanks to the cropped top.
Jhene Aiko: Jhene also played around with a more experimental fashion perspective in this cotton-candy pink MISBHV fully see-through top and semi-sheer wide-leg bottoms, styled with Schutz Shoes and an Emm Kuo clutch. That’s the unfortunate thing about experiments, though… sometimes they don’t work and they just make a mess.
Bailee Madison: This little Elisabetta Franchi corset frock had something of an identity crisis as it tried to be both sweetly twee and sexy. Elisabetta Franchi strappy, metallic heels completed the look’s more grown-up side while her barely-there beauty look was back in adolescent years.
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