Tallulah Willis is very candid when it comes to sharing her life on Instagram. So it’s no surprise she dedicated a string of photos to her most recent hair change: a bold buzz cut.
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Tallulah Willis, 20 (center), had some very high-profile support for her new fashion venture — Emma Roberts, Zoey Deutch and her sisters Rumer, 25 (left), and Scout, 22, hit the Elodie K. boutique in West Hollywood to celebrate the launch of Tallulah’s new fashion blog, The Clothing Coven. Dad Bruce and his due-any-minute wife Emma also showed up to fête Willis’s new blog.
“I have a built-in stylist at home,” Emma tells PEOPLE of her stepdaughter. “‘Lulah comes to my closet and [cleans] it out in five minutes: ‘You need this; you don’t need that; put that with this.’ I always ask her opinion about most of my outfits.”
One notably absent guest: mom Demi, who’s been laying low since ex Ashton Kutcher announced his engagement to pregnant girlfriend Mila Kunis. “She couldn’t make it, I guess,” Scout said. (According to Rumer, their mother was having a quiet night at home.) Tallulah still credited her mother’s iconic style for influencing her own passion for fashion.
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Call the Fashion Police — Jennifer Aniston‘s been robbed! Those low-slung, cuffed drop-crotch jeans she recently wore at Los Angeles International Airport were spotted on Demi Moore Monday as the actress headed to the Brooklyn set of her new film, Very Good Girls.
Though Moore isn’t wearing the exact same pair as Aniston — we can call the search party off — her pants are of a similar style, and kept up with a belt, too. Moore opted to pair her jeans with a black tank and matching flats, not terribly different from Aniston’s laid-back styling, which included sneakers, a white tee and navy blazer.
Very Good Girls, a romantic drama of sorts, costars Richard Dreyfuss and Peter Sarsgaard, plus Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen, who have been seen spending time together on set in some very colorful outfits. So … maybe Moore’s pants are for the role? Tell us: Do you like these baggy boyfriend jeans, or are you ready to see them go?
When Tallulah Willis needs a fashion fix, she just calls on her mother, Demi Moore. “My mom has a warehouse of vintage clothes that she’s collected,” the college student tells StyleLikeU.com. “Every time we go back [home] to Idaho we grab a little bit more. It’s like your own personal vintage store.”
Showing off her favorite fashion finds in a video for the site (big sis Scout did her own video for them last year), Willis recalls the moments when she first got into clothes.
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WWD recently confirmed the appointment of Alice Dellal as the face of Chanel’s Boy collection. Best known for her half-shaved head and punk rock band, the British model is noticeably edgier than Lively, who fronted the collection’s Mademoiselle handbag range. “Alice Dellal represents the perfect incarnation of all that is unique about the Boy Chanel handbag collection, which strives [to be] far from conformist notions of femininity,” brand reps told the trade publication.
Just a few weeks ago, 20-year-old Scout Willis stepped out in a jaw-dropping and sophisticated scarlet column dress at the prestigious Le Bal des Débutantes at Paris’s Hotel Crillon. Now she’s making jaws drop again — but for a very different reason. The daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis swapped satin for ultra-revealing suede chaps to cruise bare-bottomed on a motorcycle in a just-released video for creative online portal, StyleLikeU.
In the racy video (below), the Brown University student reads emotionally laden prose she wrote herself and explores the California canyons in a series of punk-inspired ensembles before revealing her rear on the back of the bike. The chaps are vintage The Way We Wore, and Willis pairs them with an oxford shirt, boots and her own coyote pelt.
“She’s a size-and-a-half smaller than me in shoes, so I can’t wear any of them,” she told PEOPLE recently at Arcade Boutique’s second annual Autumn Party at the London in West Hollywood. “It’s kind of a bummer.”
However, Willis wouldn’t necessarily want to be in her mom’s Jimmy Choos and Christian Louboutins all the time anyway: the actress said she doesn’t wear heels during the day very often. “When I see women walking around L.A. in heels I just wonder how they can do it,” she shared. “I’m baffled.”
That goes for New York City, too, where walking rules. But Willis explained that when she’s spending time in Manhattan, her style changes to fit the city’s vibe. “You almost become this very different person,” she said. “I don’t know what it is.”