Dakota Fanning: Growing Up in Movies by Steve Rutherford

Dakota Fanning: Growing Up in Movies

bySteve Rutherford

Kobo ebook | May 24, 2013

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 Dakota Fanning: Growing Up in Movies

18-year-old Dakota Fanning is not the little lady from Charlotte's Web anymore. She attended the Sundance Film Festival premiere event for her brand-new flick, Very Good Girls, at the Eccles Center Theatre in Park City, Utah on Jan. 22. She put on a flattering Louis Vuitton navy attire, and proved to everyone she is all expanded up.

Dakota sported a knitted navy sleeveless crop top and coupled it with an embellished and embroidered mini skirt. She chose this outfit from the Pre-Fall 2013 collection. The get-up looked excellent with a pair of black tights and Alaia ankle boots. The mid-part done on her straight blonde hair looked ultra-chic, and the deep red lips were the perfect touch!

Not only are her designs establishing, but her acting parts are maturing also. In Very Good Girls, Dakota's character, Lilly, and Elizabeth Olsen's character, Gerry, both make a pact to lose their virginity during the summer after their fresher year of high school. The two ladies succumb to the exact same man, and their relationship is checked for the first time. She has played many significant jobs in the past, but this one seems more major. She deals with the normal relationship troubles of a senior high school teen girl, and she plays quite the remarkable part.

Make certain to see Dakota in Very Good Girls, and watch out for more of her fashions. We sense some fantastic sets being available in the near future. Remark and VOTE on whether you like her look or not!

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Title:Dakota Fanning: Growing Up in MoviesFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 24, 2013Publisher:P CesarLanguage:English

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