Kristen Stewart Dishes on Being Seen as Grungy and Going High Fashion

05/06/2010 at 05:45 PM ET

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She may be more of a jeans and T-shirt kind of girl, but even Kristen Stewart gets excited about designer clothes–at least every now and then. The Twilight star traded in her sneakers for coveted fashion labels like Oscar de la Renta, Dolce & Gabbana, Emporio Armani and more for her glamorous cover shoot for Elle‘s June issue. And what does the actress have to say about people’s perception of her sometimes-scruffy style? “People think I’m grungy now,” Stewart quips to the magazine “I know that I’m being photographed!” The actress also insists she actually enjoys picking out her clothes. “I’m fine when I’m chilling with my hair and makeup crew—I like choosing what I am going to wear.” Hear what she has to say about her love life, and go behind-the-scenes with Kristen as she vamps it up for the magazine in Hollywood, dishing on everything from the paparazzi to getting glam for the red carpet. And to see more from Kristen’s Elle shoot pick up the new issue, on newsstands May 13, or visit Tell us: How do you prefer Kristen: glamorous or grungy?Andrea DeSimone


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