Move over, millennial celebs! There's a new generation making waves on the red carpet — that's right; we're talking about Gen Z. We've rounded up 11 teens whose style stars are on a meteoric rise. Scroll through to see whose closet we're dying to raid.
Willow Shields, June 1, 2000: The Hunger Games actress relies on stylist Law Roach for her red carpet appearances (yes, the mastermind that revamped Celine Dion's look in 2017), but the budding photographer clearly got quite a creative eye herself. (Photo via Tommaso Boddi/WireImage)
Peyton List, April 6, 1998: At the tender age of 19, the Disney Channel star is already a front row fixture for 2017 shows like Marchesa, Oscar de la Renta, and Carolina Herrera. In an interview with Instyle, she said, "I don’t want to be boring, and I never want people to think it’s a snoozefest. I want to find the middle point between looking classic and also trying something new." (Photo via Amber De Vos/Patrick McMullan via Getty)
Millie Bobby Brown, February 19, 2004: The youngest on this list, the Stranger Things actress is also one of the boldest with her sartorial choices, wearing *those* Topshop jeans IRL. Clearly, the fashion risks have paid off, since the young starlet has been tapped to be the face of Calvin Klein by Appointment. (Photo via Gregg DeGuire/Getty)
Amandla Stenberg, October 23, 1998: The Everything, Everything actress and social activist is one of Karl Lagerfeld's muses. (Photo via Brad Barket/Getty)
Sofia Richie, August 24, 1998: Lionel Richie's little girl is stepping out from her big sister Nicole's style shadow. She signed with Select Model Management in 2014 and has built up a huge Instagram fanbase following her every fashion move since — 2.8 million! (Photo via Matthew Sperzel/Getty)
Rowan Blanchard, October 14, 2001: In early 2017, the A Wrinkle In Time actress, then 15, penned a personal essay about her love of fashion for Instyle. She wrote, "I take [fashion] as my tool, my choice, an empty fresh space that hasn’t been filled, and my attempt to fill it." (Photo via JB Lacroix/WireImage)
Kiernan Shipka, November 10, 1999: In the words of her personal styling team, the Mad Men alum is "always looking for fun new ways to experiment and kind of push the line a little bit" when it comes to her red carpet looks. At just 17, the consistent elegance and sophistication of her outfits is definitely becoming her personal trademark. (Photo via Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)
Ariel Winter, January 28, 1998: The Modern Family actress might play the mousy Alex Dunphy on TV, but in real life, she's anything but! The body positive activist practices what she preaches and certainly isn't afraid to show some skin on the red carpet. (Photo via JB Lacroix/ WireImage)
Yara Shahidi, February 10, 2000: She plays the fashion-savvy teen daughter of Tracee Ellis Ross (another trendsetting star) on Black-ish. And in real life, Shahidi is also a style icon in the making and is just as comfortable wearing Virgil Abloh's avant garde label Off-White as she is in an evening gown by Naeem Khan. (Photo via Steve Granitz/WireImage)
Elle Fanning, April 9, 1998: The stunning blonde is the face of Miu Miu, covered Vogue in June 2017, and is a regular at all the fashion weeks. She's also been attending Anna Wintour's Met Gala since the tender age of 13. In her last teenage year, Fanning is a straight fashion veteran. (Photo via Pascal Le Segretain/Getty)
Willow Smith, October 31, 2000: Will and Jada Pinkett Smith's daughter's unique style caught the attention of Karl Lagerfeld, who in 2016 tapped the teen to be a Chanel ambassador. In an interview for Interview Magazine, she said her love of fashion came from her parents not censoring her as a child. "I feel like that's where most of our confidence comes from," she explained. "Because we weren't told, 'Oh, you don't look good in that. You look crazy. People are gonna think this about you.' Like, obviously, that was going to be happening regardless, but it wasn't like that ruled what we did or the choices that we made." (Photo via Jun Sato/WireImage)
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