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Chloë Grace Moretz: My mom won’t let me buy designer

Published 04/02/2013

Chloë Grace Moretz
Chloë Grace Moretz

Chloë Grace Moretz is banned from wearing expensive designer clothing by her mother.

The 15-year-old actress has worn a string of fashion ensembles on the red carpet in recent years.

Chloë, who is the face of young fashion brand Aéropostale, insists wearing designer dresses is the exception, not the norm, as her mother doesn't allow her to wear expensive clothes in real life.

"My work [as a brand ambassador] with Aéropostale has been so fun for that reason - I love that a girl could see a paparazzi picture of me going to a movie and buy what I'm wearing," Chloë explained to Teen Vogue magazine. "I'm not running around in Givenchy or Louis Vuitton. My mom doesn't let me buy expensive brands."

The star also described what her low-key style is like on a day-to-day basis. Chloë usually goes for a casual-chic look such as a distressed moto jacket, slouchy graphic-print T-shirt, black skirt and biker boots.

"Cashmere sweaters, jeans, nothing crazy..."she continued. “I want to be comfortable."

Last year Chloë received the coveted fashion title of Women in Film Max Mara's Face of the Future. She has also topped best dressed lists and wowed in high fashion creations by Miu Miu despite her young age. She gushed that while she might rock a casual look usually, she loves vamping up the drama for those red carpet opportunities.

"Oh, McQueen. I love McQueen so much," she gushed. "Jonathan Saunders, Miu Miu, Prada, and definitely Kenzo - I love what they're doing lately."

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