Wed, 10 Oct 2012 09:55:35 GMT | By Sarah Hecks
Style file: Lourdes Ciccone

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Lourdes Ciccone is no normal teenager, so it would never do for her to dress like one. Madonna's daughter already has her own fashion line called Material Girl (talk about fashion-forward) and is a constant fixture on the €˜best-dressed lists. As she celebrates her 16th birthday this Sunday (16?!), we take a look back through her sartorial choices that have made her a style icon in the making - and far more developed in her fashion choices than we ever were at sweet sixteen!

Click through our gallery for Lourdes'€™ unauthorized guide to style.

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