Kristen Stewart

Met Gala 2014: As Soon As They Could, Stars Changed Into Pants

May/06/2014 at 05:13 PM ET

At a Met Gala for which the theme was “White Tie and Decorations,” we weren’t surprised to see a lot of extremely haute gowns hitting the red carpet. And since extremely haute gowns tend to come with a great deal of discomfort, we also weren’t surprised to see many attendees changing into different looks for the afterparty (à la the Oscars). Of course, plenty of stars just changed into less cumbersome — but still super-glamorous — dresses (Diane Kruger, Reese Witherspoon and Rihanna come to mind), but the biggest trend this year was doing a total style 180° altogether and attending the afterparty in casual pants.
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Kristen Stewart: Wearing Sneakers Isn't an Act of Red Carpet Rebellion - 'It's Just That My Feet Hurt!'

May/05/2014 at 10:30 AM ET

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Kristen Stewart can’t understand why people make such a big deal when she swaps stilettos for sneakers after walking the red carpet.

“For some reason it pisses people off when I change after a red carpet. If I think about why people have these expectations of me it makes sense, but I genuinely think that if people thought about it for two seconds they’d be like, ‘Oh my God, why do I care that that girl just put some f—ing sneakers on?'” the actress tells PEOPLE. “Are you seriously mad that I put on some Vans after an hour of being in heels? I’m so sorry to have upset you, you crazy person.”

Though Stewart hasn’t made many appearances since navigating the red carpet at the 2013 Oscars – wearing a single platform heel and a pair of crutches – Shailene Woodley seems to be following in her footsteps. Are the actress’ shoe choices a shared act of sartorial rebellion? Read More


Behind the Scenes of Kristen Stewart's Chanel Ads: Karl Lagerfeld Is 'So Much More than the Glasses and the Hair'

Apr/29/2014 at 12:42 PM ET

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Ever since we heard that Kristen Stewart was a new face of Chanel, we’ve been dying to see how the line’s creative director and head designer Karl Lagerfeld would style her for his ads. After all, the starlet has a very different look than the ethereal blondes Lagerfeld has tapped for previous campaigns (like Keira Knightley, Blake Lively and Diane Kruger). And as you can see in the first-look video from the ad shoot below, her edgy beauty was played up in cornrows, winged liner and some seriously beautiful clothes.
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Kristen Stewart: I Want to Shave and Tattoo My Head Before I Die

Jan/24/2014 at 04:24 PM ET

Kristen Stewart hairMichael Loccisano/Getty

Are you sitting down? Good. Because Kristen Stewart is about to make you your head spin with her bombshell beauty confessions.

In a new interview with Into the Gloss, the actress reveals that she has some pretty big plans in the works for her hair. (Way bigger than those braids she loves to wear so much.)

“If I wasn’t an actor, I would definitely do things to my hair,” she reveals. “I would cut it more, I would dye it more. At some point I want to do a total boy cut. Not a pretty, girly version — like a straight up James Dean haircut. I’m definitely going to shave my head before I die. I will definitely tattoo my head while it’s shaved before my hair grows back. I’m not sure which part, probably the bottom quadrant in the back. ”

So, um, what’s in store for her scalp, tattoo-wise? “I don’t know what the tattoo would be, yet. Still thinking.” (If you have any suggestions, leave them in the comments below!)
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Kristen Stewart's Sundance Braids: Would You Try Them?

Jan/17/2014 at 05:55 PM ET

Kristen Stewart hairMichael Loccisano/Getty; Danny Moloshok/Invision/A

Kristen Stewart made a fairly rare red carpet appearance at Utah’s Sundance Film Festival Friday to promote her film Camp X-Ray, and rarer still, she was wearing an actual hairstyle (instead of her trademark loose, messy waves) and a big smile. We’re so proud and excited, we just have to discuss.

Stewart’s hairdo is in the same vein as the ones we’ve seen on Jennifer Aniston and Scarlett Johansson — it’s not quite cornrows, but it’s not just a soft tiny braid tucked in there either. It’s a sort of punky, aggro take on a super-feminine trend, which goes perfectly with Stewart’s whole vibe.

RELATED PHOTOS: More fabulous star hair from every angle!

It’s a little bold, but we really like it — especially because her hair is super lush and shiny, the braids are clean and perfectly executed, and the shimmery, kohl-lined eyes give off the same pretty punk princess vibe. We’d probably wear earrings, but that may be a little too girlie for Stewart at this point.

You’ve heard our opinion, now tell us yours: Do you like this do on Stewart? Are you not into it at all? Tell us below!

–Alex Apatoff

Kristen Stewart Is the New Face of Chanel - Let's Look Back At Her Most Memorable Chanel Moments

Dec/11/2013 at 12:12 PM ET

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Cooper Neill/Getty for Chanel; Pascal Le Segretain

Kristen Stewart may once have thought it was “bizarre” to be considered a fashion trendsetter, but apparently some of the biggest names in fashion don’t agree. First, she was named the face of Balenciaga fragrance, and now Karl Lagerfeld has tapped her to be the face of Chanel’s 2013-2014 Métiers d’Arts ad campaign.
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Hollywood's Latest (and Most Questionable) Trend: Exposed Undies

Aug/19/2013 at 12:56 PM ET

3-D prints, peach pumps, braids X17 Online; Pacific Coast News; FameFlynet

We’ve warily gotten on the overalls bandwagon and considered casting our support to the shirt-around-waist look, but three of our favorite stars may have finally attempted a trend we just can’t get behind: Denim so low it exposes what’s underneath.

RELATED PHOTOS: Obsessed or hot mess? You decide about these bold star looks!
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