Most 19-year-olds are more concerned with class schedules than couture. But Hailee Steinfeld isn’t your average teen.
After her breakout role and subsequent Oscar nom for 2010’s True Grit, Steinfeld followed up her big screen debut with turns in cult classics like Romeo & Juliet and Pitch Perfect 2. Then this summer, she seamlessly transitioned into pop star territory with her first album, Haiz, gifting us with the delightful ear worm that is “Love Myself.” And did we mention she’s also a founding member of Taylor Swift’s squad?
Next up, she’s turning back the clock only slightly to portray a hoodie-wearing high school student in the coming-of-age dramedy, The Edge of Seventeen. While her character struggles with the cringeworthy ups and downs of adolescence in the film, in real life, it seems that Steinfeld somehow managed to skip over all of those awkward years—at least in the style department.