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Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart's 'Twilight' Premiere Looks: Love 'Em or Leave 'Em?

11/13/2012 at 11:15 AM ET

Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart
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Robert Pattison and Kristen Stewart had a hotly anticipated red carpet reunion at Monday night’s Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2 premiere in L.A. But what was even more interesting than their big photo op were their outfits.

Pattinson selected a green and black micro houndstooth two-button Monaco suit by Gucci for the event, adding a gray dress shirt and black satin tie to the colorful ensemble.

“I had a dream about an emerald-green houndstooth suit,” he told reporters as he walked the carpet. “I got Gucci to make it.” According to Gucci, Pattinson even picked the material himself. (He worked exclusively with the design house on his last film, Cosmopolis, and has worn the brand’s suits several times since.)

For her moment in the spotlight, Stewart chose a corseted nude Zuhair Murad lace and chiffon creation. “I like this thing,” she told reporters. “I feel alright.”

It was more than nude in color, though: from both the front and back you could see through to Stewart’s slim legs and, uh, rear end (see below).

Kristen Stewart
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Back together, back to Twilight, back in couture: But how did they look? Tell us: What did you think of Pattinson and Stewart’s ensembles? 

–With reporting by Melody Chiu

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LolaP on

Appropriate dress for her, considering her recent indiscretions….

Lisa on

The dress looks desperate for attention and not altogether appropriate for the tween audience. From far away the boobs looked like silicon breast implants sitting on top. Her hair and makeup was lovely. If the bottom of the dress was fully lined, it would look less like a nude one-piece bathing suit with a cover-up.

Gabriella on

I loved Robert’s suit color. It’s deep emerald green and it compliments his hair color very well. KStew looked tasteless and in addition to her arrogant, “I’m better than anyone else” attitude, she looked horrific.

maggi on

high class call girl look, so fitting

Commentor on

She looks like a hooker. There’s a classy way to show skin, but this isn’t it. Maybe just once she could do something with her hair besides the sideswept thing. It’s tiresome, over and over and over.

kate on

He has horrible eyes

Dolly on

Beautiful dress, but inappropriate for the occasion.
It is kinda whorish especially because of the situation she has just recently come out of.

amanda on

Loved her front, not so much the back. Is she trying to show the director what he missed out on??

bloomerbear on

Any one else think that this Twilight break up and patch up is a publicity stunt?

Misty on

Ew. In my opinion they are trying to compensate for their unattractiveness and the lack of acting skills way too much. She never knew how to dress up but I guess, next time she will come to a ceremony completely naked just to attract more attention. Well, at least after that “Snowhite Horror” scandal we now know how she gets her roles. Still not sure how the boy gets it. I guess when this Twilight bore is over we won’t hear about them both for a while.

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