Chloe Moretz's Style Evolution: From Child Star To Designer Darling

To be fair, the bohemian look was pretty big back in '06. But head-to-toe brown rarely looks good on anyone, even when you're the world's most photogenic kidlet


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Today, Carrie opens nationwide—and it's kind of hard to believe that the girl anchoring the big-budget Stephen King-based remake is just 16 years old. Chloe Grace Moretz made her first big-screen appearance in 2005's The Amityville Horror—and over the near-decade since, she's gone on to star in such films as (500) Days of Summer, Kick-Ass, Hugo and Dark Shadows.

As she's grown up in the public eye, the young star has also developed an incredible eye for fashion; today, she regularly supports designers like Kenzo and Carven on the red carpet while mixing in the occasional ultra-luxe look from Chanel or Valentino.

Click through above to see the full evolution of Chloe Moretz's style. And let us know: will you be seeing Carrie this weekend?


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