14-Year-Old Chloë Moretz Plays With Patterns And Wins

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We asked for your thoughts on Opening Ceremony designers Carol Lim and Humberto Leon's first collection for KENZO, and love it or hate it, they've already found a fan in 14-year-old actress Chloë Moretz, who posed head-to-toe in the spring '12 line at the Variety 5th Annual Power of Youth Event in Los Angeles. Next up in the Martin Scorsese-directed kids flick Hugo, Moretz chose the label's green piquet jacquard sweater, a black, white, and orange raffia skirt, and strappy sandals. It's a bold mix of patterns and colors that firmly establishes her place in the circle of teen celeb fashion-forward Hollywood club, whose other members include Dakota and Elle Fanning, and Hailee Steinfeld (Naturally, Elle, Hailee, and Chloe already posed together on the cover of LOVE).
It's scary how these girls are already approaching the other umlaut-ed Chloe in terms style icon status, and evens scarier that Moretz doesn't even have a stylist. The question on the table now? What's the first ad campaign Moretz will nab (you know it's coming) — we're betting there will be a fierce fight between MJ, the sisters Mulleavy, and, naturally, Lim and Leon. Like, totally just another typical high school moment.
Photo: Courtesy of Black Frame.
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