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Chloe Grace Moretz loves versatile designer style

Published 30/07/2016

Chloe Grace Moretz
Chloe Grace Moretz

Coach brand ambassador Chloe Grace Moretz loves working with the label because the garments and accessories really capture her spirit.

Chloe Grace Moretz prefers to keep her wardrobe stocked with pieces that are adaptable.

The Carrie actress is often spotted in glamorous gowns when she attends red carpet events and film premieres, but reveals that when it comes to her off-duty style she’s all about classic transitional pieces. Chloe, who is the face of American luxury accessories brand Coach, counts a handy tote and a cool jacket among her favourite go-to pieces.

"The Coach Swagger handbag transitions so well from day to night, which is perfect for me and I'm always on the go,” she told Britain’s Hello! Magazine. “Especially the one with the butterfly appliqué - I love it so much. I also love the bold statement of the varsity jacket. I'm looking forward to wearing it in the cooler weather - it's great for layering.”

The 19-year-old stars in Coach’s upcoming Fall/ Winter advertising, which was shot by Steven Meisel and styled by Karl Templer. The campaign was shot in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, something that Chloe believes brought an added element of youthful cool to the imagery.

“Shooting with Steven Meisel is such a special experience. Working with him feels so natural that the campaign is like an extension of who I am and I think he really captures the spirit of the Coach girl,” she explained, adding she is excited to be working with a brand she can relate to.

And when she’s not busy filming or working on her various projects, Chloe – who is currently dating Victoria Beckham's son Brooklyn, 17 - likes nothing better than going for a wander around the streets of New York City.

“I love just walking around Lower East Side. There's so much to see and I'm always finding new places to explore. My favourite pizza place is Emmett's on Macdougal Street,” she smiled.

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