Despite her young age, Chloë Moretz is making serious waves in fashion circles. After that big LOVE cover, the 15 year-old gone on to appear in shoots in magazines like Vogue Russia and earlier on this year she was awarded the 'Women in Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award.'
Now the actress has been signed up by American retailer Aéropostale to front their campaign along with tweeting about the brand and curating her favourite looks from their latest offerings online. 'She's extremely interested in fashion,' an Aéropostale spokesperson told WWD. 'She sits in the front row at all high-end fashion shows. She's judge contests for us and be the spokesperson for our Teens for Jeans campaign.'
Chloë Moretz is a big fan of Stella McCartney so it came as no surprise that the British label was the brand of choice for her to wear at the premiere of her new movie, 'Dark Shadow'. The 15 year-old paired the blue jacquard dress from the brand's Fall 2012 collection with a pair of Jimmy Choo 'Lance' heels.
I have a bit of a soft spot on Chloë Moretz. Unlike the generation before her, you'll be troubled to find images of her outside her professional role and like the Fanning sisters, she's amongst a handful of young actresses that are really making an impression on the fashion industry. Last month MaxMara named her the 'face of the future' and in the past year she's appeared on the covers of everything from LOVE magazine to Interview. It's her most recent editorial, though, that's got everyone talking.
Moretz appears in the May issue of Vogue Russia completely transformed. Her blonde locks were covered up by a short black bob that made her resemble top Russian model Ranya Mordanova in a big way. While many have criticised the magazine for making the 15 year-old look too old, I'm not convinced that the shots warrant a negative feedback. Actually, I wouldn't be surprised if she follows in the Fanning sisters and Hailee Steinfeld by securing a big ad campaign off the back of it. Since she looked so good in those Max Mara pieces in her recent Maire Claire Spain spread, I'd love to see her work with them.
There is no denying that Chloe Moretz has made a real splash on the red carpet this past year. Unlike many young stars, her stylist had managed to straddle the balance between dressing her in key pieces whilst also making sure that she looks age appropriate at the same time.
And the hard work is paying off as Moretz has been confirmed as the recipient of this year's Women in Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award in recognition of 'her oustanding achievements and her embodiment of style and grace.' At 15 years-old, Moretz is the youngest person to win the award as former winners include people like Katie Holmes and Zoe Saldana.
Jason Wu's main line collection is coveted by editors and customers alike so it is hardly a surprise that his collection at Target has been highly anticipated. Images of the full collection have already been released but last night marked the line's official launch. The red carpet was full of the designers celebrities fans like Chloe Moretz, Jamie King and Blake Lively.
This week has been a busy one in Hollywood. Earlier on this week we had the People's Choice Awards and last night was the turn of the Critics Choice Awards.
Outfits on the night that realy stood out came from Charlize Theron in Azzedine Alaia, Michelle Williams in Chanel, Kristen Dunst in Christian Dior, Jessica Chastian in Balenciaga and Shailene Woodley in Calvin Klein. I was really excited to see what Elizabeth Olsen would wear over the next week but her yellow Emilio Pucci dress that she wore to last night's event hasn't got me excited about what is yet to come.
This outift that Chloe Moretz wore for the French premiere of 'Hugo Cabret 3D' really works. The shape of the Chanel dress is incredibly chic and classic but the cut out on the back instantly makes it feel more interesting and steers it away from being too mature for the 14 year-old actress. The only thing missing was a statement necklace.
Chloe Moretz is on the red carpet again and this time it was for the premiere of Martin Scorsese's 'Hugo in 3D'. The young actress went classic in this over the knee length black Pucci dress with an embellished collar teamed with a pair of black Chanel heels.