When Kristen Stewart does glam, she goes all out. She wore an extended pink and silver glittering robe for the ‘Seberg’ premiere on the Venice Movie Competition.
Va va VOOM! Kristen Stewart went previous Hollywood bombshell meets futuristic glam with an unimaginable gown on the 2019 Venice Movie Competition. She walked the crimson carpet on Aug. 30 for the premiere of her new movie Seberg and her robe utterly glittered. The pink material featured patches of shiny silver petal patterns and because it was long-sleeved with a full skirt, she lit up the night time. Kristen, 29, has been a model ambassador for Chanel since 2013 so the robe is probably going from the late Karl Lagerfeld‘s design home.
Kristen went pure punk along with her hair and make up. She wore her brief darkish brown locks with platinum ideas in an extended side-part so her hair swept over her head. She matched her eye shadow to her rose-colored robe with giant swaths going out from the corners throughout to her hairline. Okay-Stew additionally went heavy on the darkish liner so her eyes actually stood out. Her rose-colored blush and lip went completely with the remainder of her look.
The biopic loosely based mostly on the latter years of 1960’s movie star Jean Seberg has left critics on the Venice Movie Competition divided, however almost all have praised Kristen’s efficiency as among the best of her profession. It’s undoubtedly a far cry from her Twilight days, as Kristen performs the actress who grew to become a sensation within the 1960 French movie Breathless however who would later be subjected to J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI surveillance program COINTELPRO for her assist of the Black Panther motion. She died at age 40 from a possible suicide.
Kristen Stewart attends the ‘Seberg’ premiere on the 76th Venice Movie Competition on Aug. 30, 2019.
Kristen’s subsequent challenge is an entire 180, as in her subsequent movie Underwater she performs a researcher in a module on the backside of the ocean who has to battle off a sea monster. That film is due in theaters on Jan. 10, 2020.