Chloe Moretz Talks Fashion & "Carrie" in Teen Vogue March 2013
At the ripe age of 15, Chloe Moretz has already accomplished more feats than many people will in their entire life.
The "30 Rock" starlet added one more item to her list by gracing the March 2013 cover of Teen Vogue. In the Boo George shot spread, Chloe rocked a collection of Aéropostale and Maggie Sottero while chatting about her extremely successful career.
Check out the highlight's from Moretz's Teen Vogue interview below!
On her impeccable style:
"Oh, McQueen. I love McQueen so much. Jonathan Saunders, Miu Miu, Prada, and definitely Kenzo—I love what they're doing lately. 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. I'm not running around in Givenchy or Louis Vuitton. My mom doesn't let me buy expensive brands."
On starring in the remake of "Carrie":
"When I was auditioning for Carrie, I was told, 'Well, look, you're too young, you're too pretty, you're too accomplished.' I love showing people I can do something that they might think I will never be able to do. Playing someone who's happy-go-lucky and has a good life and a nice family—it's boring for me. Because that's my life. I have a good family. My mom loves me. I like being challenged, playing characters that are a little messed up."
On what's more important than acting:
"I want to be able to say, 'I'm not just an actress.' I need to be able to say, 'I can quit this business and go live my own life and be whoever I want to be.' Going to college will help prevent me from being restrained or put into a box."
Photo Credit: Boo George for Teen Vogue