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“I get my own section, I got to pull my own clothes. Girls can go and see what I love and what I wear in the shoots. It’s a way for me to be in touch with girls,” Chloe said in a recent Associated Press phone interview.

Chloe starred in “Hugo” and “The Amityville Horror” and has the title role in the upcoming remake of the horror classic “Carrie.”

She described her own style as fun, flirty and colorful, and she lives in skinny jeans cuffed at the ankle when she’s not working. Most of her style cues come from her mother, but she said she greatly admires the look cultivated by Michelle Pfeiffer, her co-star in “Dark Shadows.”

Choosing Chloe for the brand was ultimately an easy decision, but not one that company officials took lightly, said Scott Birnbaum, senior vice president of Aeropostale marketing and e-commerce. The brand did its homework, seeking input from magazine editors, photographers and other industry insiders.

“When we met Chloe, it was really an instant love affair,” he said. “She has such great style, she can mix it up. She wears great high-end designers and everyday stuff.”

“We think she’s a role model,” he added. “She’s quirky and actually really funny, and those are things our brand stands for.”

Compiled from Web and wire reports