What do you think of 14-year-old Chloe Moretz’s mature ensemble at the ‘Hick’ TIFF premiere?

Leigh McEachran
North Stars

Young Hollywood stars have a tendency to grow up too fast and from the look of her outfit at last night's "Hick" TIFF premiere, 14-year-old Chloe Moretz may have fallen victim to that trend.

The young actress, who starred in the kid-friendly comedy "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" just one year ago, wore a leather Valentino dress to the Sept. 10 premiere at the Winter Garden Theatre. Although long-sleeved, the top of the dress is sheer - revealing lacy undergarments -  before changing to black leather at the waist. And the dress cuts off at mid-thigh! Moretz paired the design with a smoky eye, pink lip and sleek, pulled-back hair. The mature ensemble was completed by nude heels.

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Perhaps the "Kick-Ass" actress' new look is inspired by her darker role in "Hick," the new film which she stars in alongside "Gossip Girl"'s Blake Lively. In the flick, Moretz plays a 13-year-old runaway named Luli who leaves home for Las Vegas.

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But since Moretz isn't actually a Las Vegas runaway, perhaps she should ditch the ensemble. Her outfit at The Variety Studio at Holt Renfrew earlier that day, for example, displayed a more age-appropriate way to incorporate leather (she apparently really likes that material).

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