Willow Smith has revealed her style is still evolving as she's still growing up and learning about herself.
Willow Smith says her style changes ''all the time''.
The 13-year-old star - who is the daughter of Hollywood actors Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith - has revealed her fashion sense is influenced by her personality, which is constantly evolving as she gets older.
She explained: ''My style is who I am all the time and who I am always changes.''
The 'Whip My Hair' hitmaker also confessed that her family as a whole - which includes brothers Jaden and Trey - are fans of certain brands, including luxury jewellers Cartier.
Willow referred to her mother's gold Juste un Clou bracelet as ''sick'', adding: ''My whole family, we love Cartier''.
However, despite being from a superstar family, she also likes to shop in budget stores - including Target, where she buys boots, Converse and Vans - and at flea markets, where she recently found a cheap dream-catcher necklace that is her ''favourite'' recent purchase.
In addition to her distinctive style, Willow also likes to experiment with her hair, having dyed it green and pink before recently opting for a bleached blonde, and she insists it's had no detrimental effect on her locks.
She told Teen Vogue: ''My hair is super, super, super, superhard to destroy. It's a survivor.''
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