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Saturday 27 December 2014

Vanessa Hudgens does effortless chic

CENTURY CITY, CA - APRIL 25:  Vanessa Hudgens attends the Material Girl and Macy's never-before-seen retrospective of Madonna's iconix fashion pieces at the Macy's Westfield Century City on April 25, 2013 in Century City, California.  (Photo by John Sciulli/Getty Images for Iconix Brand Group)
Vanessa Hudgens

Vanessa Hudgens looked effortlessly chic as she attended Material Girl’s Madonna Fashion Evolution Retrospective at Macy’s in California.

The 24-year-old actress wore skinny blue jeans with a sleeveless white and denim shirt as she attended Material Girl’s Madonna Fashion Evolution Retrospective at Macy’s in California.

Vanessa teamed the effortlessly chic outfit with white stiletto heels, and kept her long locks loose and wavy for the event.

Vanessa was joined by a string of fellow stars at the pop-up exhibit launch, including AnnaSophia Robb, Michelle Trachtenberg, and model Ireland Baldwin.

AnnaSophia showed off her feminine side in an on-trend monochrome printed mini-dress that boasted cut-out detailing.

She teamed hot pink strappy heels with the attire - which picked out the straps on her flirty frock.

The actress kept her blonde tresses loose and wavy, and showed off an ultra-girly beauty look with pink lips and pretty peepers.

Meanwhile, Michelle looked chic in a bold blue jumpsuit. The structured ensemble featured an angular neckline and waisted belt, mixing masculine and feminine together for a head-turning red carpet look.

Michelle teamed the get-up with a blue snakeskin clutch, suede heels and a gorgeous embellished wrist cuff.

The actress wore her long locks back in a low ponytail, while showing off dark eyes and a nude lip.

Madonna recently revealed all about the new project.

“The pop-up exhibit at Macy’s perfectly exemplifies the inspiration and spirit of the Material Girl line and will give my fans a great opportunity to see the evolution of my style over the years,” she explained.

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