Chloe Grace Moretz shines in an Elizabethan-style bodice with velvet shoulder pads as she leads the arrivals in the Louis Vuitton PFW show
She is a talented actress who is known for her edgy appearance on the red carpet.
And Chloe Grace Moretz took style inspiration from Queen Elizabeth I when she arrived at the celebrities during the Louis Vuitton show during Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday.
The Superbad star, 22, wore an Elizabethan-style bodice adorned with crushed velvet puffed sleeves and vivid floral details as she posed.
Style: Chloe Grace Moretz received style inspiration from Queen Elizabeth I when she arrived to the celebrities at the Louis Vuitton show during Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday
The striking top had a powder blue corset that tightly wrapped around her slender waist, along with a black leather belt.
It also boasted aqua blue floral decorated panels, with midnight blue puffy sleeves that add extra drama.
The star showed her toned legs in a pair of black shorts, with the beauty that completed the look with patent leather biker boots.
Her caramel-colored locks were thrown back into an elegant updo, while her beautiful features were enhanced with blue-green shades and coral lipstick.
Wow: the Superbad star, 22, wore an Elizabethan-style bodice adorned with crushed velvet puffed sleeves and vibrant floral details as she posed
Superstar: Alicia Vikander effortlessly looked chic in a pinstriped jacket and pants
The appearance of the star stems from a traumatic period for her and her family, after being harassed by a suspected stalker.
According to TMZ, the alleged stalker Justin Alexander Behr – who is 18 – can no longer & # 39; direct or indirect contact & # 39; with the Atlanta-born 22-year-old, her brothers and her mother Teri.
This came after Behr was arrested when he tried the fence on the grounds of Greta actress & # 39; Los Angeles & # 39; to jump and & # 39; violent & # 39; got access to her house on June 30 and again on July 1.
Moreover, the Independent Spirit Award winner hacked her Twitter at the beginning of this month.
Expletive-ridden tweets were sent to more than 3.1 million people following her account a few days after Jack Dorsey, Twitter's CEO, had compromised his own account.
In one tweet, the account mentioned & # 39; Chuckling Squad & # 39 ;, which also claimed responsibility for Dorsey's attack on August 30.
The star's brother, Trevor Duke-Moretz, said her account had been hacked, CNBC reported.
On another hacked account allegedly owned by rapper Joey Badass, the attackers published a direct message interview that Moretz had with the musician.
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