From the moment she became one of the Plastics in fashion cult-favourite film Mean Girls, Amanda Seyfried was destined for a style evolution like no other. There is no denying that Seyfried has come a long way in red carpet dressing since her first film premiere (yes, we’re talking about that brown polka-dot Moschino dress). Now, with a little help from long-time stylist Elizabeth Stewart, her red carpet appearances mean a visual feast of heavenly golden Prada gowns, Alexander McQueen floral power suits, glittering statement minis from Oscar de la Renta and more. The glitz and glam aside, Seyfried reveals what truly matters in her wardrobe: “I can’t live without white t-shirts and cashmere sweaters.” She explains in her Vogue Hong Kong exclusive, “My style is pared-down nineties.” While she may have left behind her denim micro skirts from her days as the titular Karen Smith, the actress remains a loyal – but incredibly conscious – denim fan. “Jeans are essential,” she states, “but the amount of water used in [denim] production is criminal, so I’m done buying jeans that aren’t used.”