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This photo of eight-year-old Chloe beaming alongside her Amityville Horror costar Ryan Reynolds might be our favorite image ever caught on film. Also: holy princess dress, Batman.
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
Doing that Annie Hall thing at a 2006 premiere.
When at Sundance, I guess...?
At age 12, Chloe seemingly took a crash course in fashion classics—and learned the value of a good trench coat.
She may play the take-no-prisoners superhero in the Kick-Ass movies—but for the premiere of the first film, Chloe showed up looking more girly-girl than Hit-Girl.
And just like that, with the help of a new super-chic bob and a little Chanel dress, Chloe went from child star to style star in one fell swoop.
Puff-skirted Carven plus upswept chignon equals one very sophisticated look. Our girl's growing up!
We can hear the pre-teen male hearts fluttering from alllll the way over here.
Despite her increasingly mature outfits, Chloe proved she still had a taste for teenager go-tos like moto jackets and skinny jeans—albeit yellow, lace-covered skinny jeans.
Chloe exhibited that same flair for color at the 2011 Saturn Awards in this fringed, super-colorful Versace.
Chloe didn't limit her color experimentation to her dresses, though—at 2011's Versace for H&M launch, she test-drove electric blue eyeliner.
This Kenzo sweater-and-skirt combo is definitely one of our favorite C.Mor looks to date—and so age-appropriate, no?
Continuing her support of younger fashion brands, Chloe wore this beautiful kimono-style Suno dress to the CFDA Fashion Fund Awards in 2011.
IDK, just my BFF Blake...
Hello, Proenza!
Going darker for a change, Chloe picked an Edwardian-style Chanel for the 2012 Critics Choice Movie Awards.
In 2012, Max Mara tapped the young actress to be the brand's newest face, boosting her to the top of the It girl pack.
Looking every bit the neon knockout in Simone Rocha at the 2013 People's Choice Awards.
Decked out in dark floral Valentino at the L.A. premiere of Carrie—quite a far cry from the pink princess dresses she used to favor.