Thursday's Child: At the Kids' Choice Awards
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Teen Kings and Queens Strut the Orange Carpet

The 23rd Annual Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards once again rolled out its Orange Carpet at the Galen Center at the University of Southern California where celebrities, young and old, strutted their stuff and showed off their footwear fashion chops. —Meagan Walker

Notably, Justin Bieber and Nolan Jonas, younger brother of Joe and Nick, both sported flashy hi-tops. Bieber's neon green kicks are by Supra, while Jonas rocked a metallic red pair by Nike Air Jordan. Jaden Smith was also on trend with a pair of black and white geometric print hi-tops by Supra.

Justin Bieber, Nolan Jonas and Jaden Smith
Left to right: Justin Bieber, Joe and Nolan Jonas, Jaden Smith


Strappy was the name of the game on the girls' side. Budding fashionista Willow Smith went with a custom-made, head-to-toe gold and cream ensemble, right down to her calf-height gladiator sandals. On the older side of the spectrum, 18-year-old songstress Selena Gomez opted for a turquoise heel with twin buckle ankle straps to complement her billowy tank and relaxed shorts, while iCarly star Miranda Cosgrove went for black round-toe pumps with not two, not three, but four front straps.

Willow Smith, Selena Gomez and Miranda Cosgrove
Left to right: Willow Smith, Selena Gomez, Miranda Cosgrove




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