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Demi's fashions are in vogue with daughters

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Some teenagers pore over fashion magazines.

Not Demi Moore's three daughters, who turn to Mom for style supervision.

"I trust her judgment so much in terms of what I wear," Rumer, 17, tells Teen Vogue in its December/January issue. "We always ask her opinion before we go out."

Sister Scout, 14, also loves her mom's sense of fashion style, and Tallulah, 11, has fun with her mother's collection of vintage clothing.

"She's been collecting clothes forever. I love to get into the storage bins and play dress-up," Tallulah says.

The girls' fashion icons include Sienna Miller, Nicole Richie and Kirsten Dunst.

In their first photo shoot for a fashion magazine, the daughters of Bruce Willis reveal a bit about their lives in Los Angeles, but they don't talk about their new stepdad, Ashton Kutcher, who married Moore on Sept. 24.

Rumer is a budding shutterbug who has photographed Scout. Tallulah has two flat-screen TVs in her room so she can watch Buffy the Vampire Slayer DVDs. And Scout, an aspiring disc jockey, listens to Fiona Apple and Elliott Smith.

They certainly sound pampered, but Rumer tells the magazine, "We're just like most girls: We go to school, we have crushes on boys, and we love clothes."

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