Chloe Grace Moretz Wears Coach for DNC Speech
The actress first announced she would be speaking at the event on Instagram.
Chloe Grace Moretz's big DNC moment has arrived: The actress spoke on the final day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
During her speech, in which she said her first time voting will be for Hillary Clinton, the Neighbors 2 star donned a dark Coach ensemble by creative director Stuart Vevers. Her decision to wear the classic American luxury label makes sense — not only does she star in the brand's fall 2016 campaign and is the face of its new fragrance, the 19-year-old actress is showing her support for a timeless American brand that is undergoing its own transformation (and succeeding at that.)
The opportunity of a lifetime to be able to speak at the DNC to my fellow millennial's reiterating the importance of this election and the importance of our votes in general. Please PLEASE register to voice, take this chance for your VOICE to be HEARD this November 8th!!! Go to iwillvote.com for more info (link in bio!) thank you @hillaryclinton for including me !!! And thank you to my amazing friends and family who made it out to support and witness history #herstory @terbearmoretz @trevordukemoretz @bmoe___ @brooklynbeckham @zoeydeutch
Moretz, who is one of many celebrities to rock designer tees in support of Clinton, has been a strong advocate for the first female presidential nominee. She attended the "Get Out the Vote" Event with Hillary Clinton at the Westminster Rose Center on June 3 before California's June 7 primary and rallied for the politician in Nevada on February 18.
A few hours before she stepped on stage, Moretz was surprised by boyfriend Brooklyn Beckham. D'aww. "Look who surprised me !!! We are Ready to watch @hillaryclinton make history," she captioned on Instagram.