I love seeing Kristen Stewart in more androgynous high-fashion looks — they almost always suit the tomboyish “Twilight” star better than the usual glam red carpet fare, and let’s face it, the girl can rock a pair of weird pants like no other… for the most part. At an “On The Road” event this weekend, Kristen chose this sort of bra top for aliens and a pretty unfortunate pair of pleated trousers, creating, like, the most unflattering crotch situation this side of harem pants. Her makeup artist, who is usually on point, also dropped the ball on this one, overwhelming the actress’s delicate features with rich, heavy eyes and lips. Keep reading »
“As a woman, I think it’s really important not to discredit feelings. There weren’t too many difficulties with the whole love triangle thing [in "Twilight"] … If you can get past conventions and what everyone else is thinking, then you can have what you want.”
― While talking “Twilight” at a promotional event, Kristen Stewart waxed philosophical on her character Bella Swan’s complicated relationships with two men. It’s interesting to me, in light of what apparently went down, that she would make this comment ― and phrased so oddly! “As a woman, I think it’s really important not to discredit feelings.” What is she trying to say? [US Weekly]
Kristen Stewart‘s pained “Twilight” red-carpet expressions usually give me sympathy neurosis, but look at how happy and confident she looks in this Louis Vuitton playsuit! It’s almost (almost) enough to make me rescind my Never Ever Ever Please God No position on rompers, but you know, I don’t think that’ll be necessary because Kristen may very well be the only person who could pull off such a difficult silhouette so beautifully. This is definitely a divisive look, and you’re either going to love it or loathe it. I stand firmly in the former category — I think it might even be my favorite Kristen look ever, and her makeup is to die for. To which I say: nailed it. Are you with me on this one, or do you think playsuits, even Louis Vuitton ones, should stay on the swingset?
“I was so surprised [by the ending of 'Marley & Me'] that I was devastated. It was awful. I never want to see it again. I can’t take it. I hate people but I love dogs.”
― You and me both, Robert Pattinson, you and me both. It’s quotes like these that reinforce the ever-humiliating, seriously out-of-character notion that, for all my love of alterna-boys, old Sparkles kinda does it for me. Sure, his hair could use a really good scrubbing, but he’s so very charming in interviews, and I love that he’s clearly in favor of rocking bizarrely patterned (and, duh, awesome) shirts on the red carpet during Very Serious “Twilight” Times. I’m calling it now: Kristen Stewart will be wearing this one to the airport in, like, two weeks. Tops. [Celebitchy]
Guys, how much do I love Rob Pattison/Kristen Stewart relationship fanatics? So, so much. Robsten is unbroken! You Robsten fans are the best! Now that their dream couple seems officially back on, Robsten-ites have taken to the Twitters to thumb their noses at people who claimed the Pattinson/Stewart relationship was over and done. While the “Twilight” series might be a bucket of poop acting-wise, it certainly has succeeded in getting kids invested in the personal relationships of its stars. More insane tweets from the hive mind after the jump!
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“I remember the very first time I saw Kristen Stewart and Rob Pattinson together, when they were younger, and I thought, Those two kids could have easily played us when they were first starting, Kristen has a very special quality. She’s not conventionally beautiful, but very charismatic.”
–Patti Smith, on who she’d like to have play herself and Robert Mapplethorpe in a film adaptation of her memoir, Just Kids. She also said that maybe Mia Wasikowka and Saoirse Ronan would do, but says she’d actually prefer an unknown, since she and Robert were “unknown.” [NYMag.com]