Chloë Moretz Promotes “Tom and Jerry” in Louis Vuitton

Posted on February 03, 2021

Just the other day we had a brief conversation about how we miss seeing Chloe Moretz and her rather idiosyncratic style preferences on a semi-regular basis, which is the kind of weird conversation we tend to have with some regularity ’round these parts. The conclusion to our brief discussion (which was, to be fair, mostly grunts and in-jokes because we’re going feral) was that this was her time; a period when celebrity style has take a hard turn toward the slightly ridiculous. In these unprecedented times, with no red carpets or paparazzi shots to rely on, celebrities have ramped up their risk-taking when it comes to their style choices and the results have been far more editorial than red carpet in tone. All of which, as we noted in our brief conferring on the matter, makes this the perfect time for Miss Chloe to soak up all the glory for going hard on her fashion way before everyone else did.

And on that note…




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Everything about this looks so aggressively random that you’d think it was all pulled together blindly from a pile of items, but the entire top half is reproduced almost exactly from the LV look book for this collection. She’s just wearing it as God – or in this case Nicolas Ghesquière – intended. If anything, the pants are a huge improvement that actually tamps down the cray of that top half. A year ago, we might have found this look too awkward and strange, but it feels completely on-trend for right now. Everyone’s dressing a little cray to stand out.





Look, we’re just glad someone involved with this managed to put food on the table and got their kid braces, probably. We’ll leave it at that.





Style Credits:
Louis Vuitton Ensemble from the Louis Vuitton Resort 2021 Collection

Styled by Nell Kalonji


[Photo Credit: Nell Kalonji/Instagram, Courtesy of Louis Vuitton]

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