Who wants to see the most glamorous red carpet styles of Kristen Stewart? Sure we all do! Although K-Stew was known as one of the hardest to work with according to Hollywood stylists, she got over it. Have a look at the best styles she wore on the red carpet.
Toronto Film Festival
Kristen has finally come out of hiding since her big scandal! She walked the red carpet of the Toronto Film Festival and attended the ‘On The Road’ premiere in a classy floral embellished dress from Zuhair Murad Fall 2012 couture collection. The hand-beaded masterpiece was complemented with a cute half updo and the on-trend patent leather pumps from Jimmy Choo.
Breaking Dawn Part 2 photo call
Kristen looked boyish yet sexy during a photo call while promoting her movie ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2’ in Tokyo. Perched on Brian Atwood Sable cut-out high heels, Stewart opted for a chic mod checkered romper suit fresh-off-the-runway from Louis Vuitton Spring 2013. Congratulations Kristen, it’s a fashion checkmate!
Premiere of the Breaking Dawn – Part 2
Kristen arrived for the premiere of the Breaking Dawn – Part 2 film in a nude Zuhair Murad column gown. The exquisite corseted design was supremely romantic due to the combination of lace, chiffon and sheer. Some say the gown was supposed to distract the attention from Kristen Stewart and Robert’s stormy relationship. Well…Cartier bangle and Iwona Ludyga Design’s flag bracelet complemented her look.
Snow White and the Huntsman premiere in London
Kristen Stewart sported a daring Marchesa’s embroidered illusion gown with a skeleton pattern in white lace on the back, arms, and decolletage. The unique design from label’s Fall 2012 collection was paired with stacked Kara Ackerman Designs rings, black Jimmy Choo pumps and minimalistic makeup. 100% gothic romance.
The Late Show with David Letterman
Kristen chose a one-sleeve bandage dress from Hervé Léger by Max Azria. Her black dress featured sheer and metallic parts from the neckline to the waist. She accessorized it with peek-a-boo Brian Atwood ‘Marlo’ pumps.