2012年9月11日

Too cool for the red carpet! Willow Smith is back in army shirt and buckled shoes after posing with family at Toronto Film Festival



The summer holidays are well and truly over for school kids all over America, who are back in the classroom and hitting the books.
But not Willow Smith.
The 11-year-old daughter of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith was strolling the streets of Manhattan today, fresh from appearing on the red carpet with her parents at the Toronto Film Festival.
 
 
dIf she were any cooler, she'd freeze: Willow Smith out in New York City today with a friend and bodyguard
Fashion conscious as ever, the child actress and singer rocked a Beatles 'Abbey Road' T-shirt with a pair of black leggings.
The Whip My Hair singer completed her outfit with an oversized army shirt which she wore trench coat style, and an eye-catching pair of black buckled boots with gold studs.
They were the same boots the youngster wore on the red carpet in Toronto, where she turned heads in a jaguar print dress and detached metal Peter Pan collar.
 
sTrademark edge: The 11-year-old child celebrity wore a Beatles 'Abbey Road' T-shirt under an army trench coat

 
dGrowing it back? Willow first lopped off her locks in a buzz cut in February, but appears to be growing again
In an interview with The Sunday Times it was revealed that because of music career - Willow also acts - she no longer attends school.
She has a tutor but admitted her friends are ahead of her because she is too busy for lessons.
She said: 'I never really get to go to school because I am always on tour, or with my father.
'There is a tutor most of the time, but usually I am working so I never get to do the lessons. The worst thing about maths is all the kids are ahead of me because they go to school.'
 
Family ties: Willow poses with her parents and brother at Toronto Film Festival for documentary Free Angela And All Other Political Prisoners Family ties: Willow poses with her parents Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith, along with brother Jaden, at the Toronto Film Festival for documentary Free Angela And All Other Political Prisoners

没有评论:

发表评论