Elle Fanning Nails It As New Muse For Rodarte

Even though Elle Fanning has some big shoes to fill as Rodarte muse (Kirsten Dunst held the title in the past), the 12-year-old seems to be holding her own. Proof: Today the pint-size actress, who stars in Somewhere, debuted a short film, "The Curve of Forgotten Things" created by Rodarte designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy and director/photographer Todd Cole. The short follows Elle through the empty rooms of a house, as her outfits (all from Rodarte's Spring 2011 RTW collection) change by themselves (we wish!) from room to room.

Check out the video and take a peek at all of the looks from the film below...

YELLOW FEVER: Elle looks like an intergalactic schoolgirl in a yellow skirt and button-up blouse, which is paired with wide-strapped stacked heels and sheer socks.

Elle Fanning in 'The Curve of Forgotten Things' and Rodarte's Spring 2011 look..
Photo: Rodarte

PRETTY IN PLAID: Blue plaid high-waisted high-waters with a matching plaid top look nerdy-cool on Elle.

Elle Fanning in 'The Curve of Forgotten Things' and Rodarte's Spring 2011 look..
Photo: Rodarte

TIER DROP: This grown-up ensemble gets a hint of kid-quirkiness courtesy of the white skirts off-centered slit tiers.

Elle Fanning in 'The Curve of Forgotten Things' and Rodarte's Spring 2011 look..
Photo: Rodarte

PETAL PUSHER: Elle looks like a Hawaiian princess in this blue and white floral halter gown.

Elle Fanning in 'The Curve of Forgotten Things' and Rodarte's Spring 2011 look..
Photo: Rodarte

GOLD STANDARD: Between the armor-esque, gilded dress and the intricately gorgeous wedges, we don't know where to look with this ensemble—it's all gorgeous!

Elle Fanning in 'The Curve of Forgotten Things' and Rodarte's Spring 2011 look..
Photo: Rodarte

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