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Kate Hudson went for va-va-voom, while Chloë Moretz and Elizabeth Olsen covered up at last night’s Elle Style Awards over in London. Obviously, only one can be named best dressed, so who is it going to be? You tell us.
The People’s Choice Awards are no Oscars, that’s for sure, but stars like Taylor Swift, Chloe Moretz, and Ellen Pompeo still rocked the red carpet in some great ensembles. From simple gowns to neon frocks, we were pleasantly surprised by (some of) the looks, and we’ve rounded up the best of the best right here.
totally jealous of obsessed with cool teenagers, and Chloë Moretz definitely makes that list. This kid is a great actress and a regular on the fashion scene, and now she’s adding the title of Aéropostale brand ambassador to her already-impressive resume.
California had two star-studded events last night, but one was obviously better since more people showed up on the red carpet — let’s take a peek at all the looks!
Max Mara hosted a party in honor of Chloë Moretz in Los Angeles last night. As such, the Italian fashion house dressed guests in both Max Mara and its contemporary label SportMax. Everyone looked pretty great, but who was best dressed?
Did the ladies at last night’s London Dark Shadows premiere call each other to discuss what they would wear to the
red purple carpet?
Last night, celebs were scattered across the glove, walking red carpets in New York, Los Angeles, London, and Paris. But, you know, who looked best?
Chloe Moretz dropped by the Late Show with David Letterman last night to discuss, among other things, driving and Johnny Depp.
Chloe Moretz fronts the May issue of Seventeen and we totally dig the teen’s bubbly look. But Moretz told the mag that she’d pick video games over shoes any day.
Maybe we’re biased, but it almost feels unfair to pit red carpet attendees against each other when Rooney Mara is on the scene. As Trish Summerville quipped in her acceptance speech at last night’s Costume Designers Guild Awards, Mara “[let] me torture her and cut her hair and bleach her eyebrows and dress her up and try and make her ugly — which didn’t work.” Especially if last night is anything to go by.
Target‘s party celebrating its collaboration with designer Jason Wu was a star studded-affair wrapped in a gigantic line drawing of Paris. And Wu told us last night that that’s exactly how it should have been.
Sometimes, not even Prada or Rodarte can save a red carpet. Case in point: last night’s Critics Choice Awards, which featured a host of A-list style stars and celebs wearing no shortage of high-wattage designer duds on the dreariest, most shoddily constructed grey carpet we’ve ever seen.
While we couldn’t tell you who won what at last night’s People’s Choice Awards (and let’s be honest, it’s not like you actually care), we can who wore what and, more importantly, who wore it best.
It’s officially awards season, which means that between now and March, there’s basically a red carpet event every other night. Last night, style stars like Emma Stone, Tilda Swinton, Rooney Mara, and Chloe Moretz (among many, many others) stepped out for the National Board of Review Awards Gala in everything from Miu Miu to J. Mendel. But with the Golden Globes just around the corner, who’s setting the style bar the highest?
We don’t intend to make any apologies for how much we adore teen queen (yes, queen) Chloe Moretz and her inimitable red-carpet style — and luckily, she keeps giving us look after look to fawn over. Last night at the New York premiere of Martin Scorcese‘s new movie Hugo, Moretz wore a tulle Dolce and Gabbana dress with a full skirt the exact same color as her skin.
Gossip Girl sure knows how to attract the cool young things. At last night’s soiree celebrating the series’ 100th episode, Blake Lively, Leighton Meester, and crew were joined by the awesome one-two punch of Chloe Moretz and Karlie Kloss. Whatever did they wear?!
Gah. We’re starting to have a really, really serious teen girl crush on Chloe Moretz. The Kenzo-wearing, Chanel-rocking, awesome actress covers this month’s Teen Vogue, and while the photos are great and the article is interesting, it’s the behind-the-scenes video that sealed the deal.
Hollywood and fashion A-listers went all out for last night’s Chanel-sponsored celebration of director Pedro Almodovar at New York City’s Museum of Modern Art. Accordingly, almost everyone wore Chanel, though Chloe Moretz, in a champagne pink dress with textured sequin leggings absolutely stole the show.
Hollywood has enough red carpet events that you wouldn’t think they’d need a special one dedicated just to style, but lo and behold: they do! And we’re not complaining. Mainly because we get to see Chloe Moretz and Jaime King cuddle like they’re the bestest friends in the world and that is awesome because Chloe is one of favorite teens and Jaime was once the most awesome teen of all time (at least according to Jennifer Egan’s seminal NYT Magazine article, “James Is A Girl”, which we will never tire of referencing in every Jaime King post we write).