Last night saw the 11th Annual Teen Vogue Young Hollywood Party with Emporio Armani–which, judging by the last names of the attendees–could just as easily be called Teen Vogue, Some Young Actors And A Bunch Of Famous Peoples’ Kids Wore Armani.
The red carpet was dominated by bold prints, metallics, massive necklaces and graphic color combinations–see the youthful exuberance below.
There were a lot of daring texture combinations on the red carpet–as you can see from Tolula Adeyemi‘s metallic top, skirt and (fantastic) toenails.
Bridgit Mendler went grown-up in black and tan.
Sarah Hylund in a lovely floral print.
The delightful Maude Apatow in our favorite single piece from all the looks (her perfect floral top).
Peyton List in graphic black.
Sasha Speilberg in teal.
Morgan Saylor in a modest riff on the crop top trend.
We love a watery floral about as much as any print–excellent work, Kaitlyn Jenkins.
So many florals on one carpet! Here’s Zoey Deutch.
A statement chain for Sophie Simmons.
Portia Doubleday, invoking Miley Cyrus‘ Met Gala dress.
Justin Bieber protégé Madison Beer in leopard.
Prints, you guys. Every where. On Sydney Sierota‘s tights.
Joey King in a spiky pixie and snakeskin.
Maia Mitchell went sporty.
Olivia Holt in some very eye-catching shoes.
Claudia Lee in accordion pleats.
Many textures on Jasper Polish.
Israel Broussard in green leather.
More metallic, on Greer Grammer.
Cassidy Gifford in black and orange.
China Anne McClain with what fashion bloggers like to call a “pop of color.”
Amandla Stenberg in graphic lace.
More crops, from Bailey Buntain.
And still more crops! On Aly Michalka.
Bella Thorne went for a very bold look and we’d say she pulled it off. Swimmingly.
Hailee Steinfeld does grunge.
Holland Roden in a double breasted dress.
Kiernan Shipka looking spectacular. Possibly our favorite look of them all.
Natalia Kills in a statement necklace.
Shenae Grimes in one of the carpet’s dozen metallic looks.
Victoria Justice in a bold suit.
Zelda Williams really stands out by virtue of simplicity.
…So. Who gets Best Dressed?
(All photos via Getty)