Category: Kristen Stewart
Kristen Stewart featured in ELLE UK: I wanted to look like my older brother when I was younger. I lived in hand-me-downs and was always borrowing his clothes. My earliest fashion memory is cutting up an old pair of Levi's and going to careers day at nursery dressed as a rock star.
I usually take one or two things from each film as a souvenir. It's fun to put that suff on; it reminds you of good times. I have my armour from Snow White and the Huntsman and still wear the T-shirts from The Runaways; I gave the leather jacket I won to Joan Jett, the Blackhearts frontwoman [who I played in the film], with a note scrawled on the back in white pen.
I've always worked with the same stylist, Tara Swennen, who I love, but I've definitely had fashion regrets, which I can't reveal, I'd hate to offend anyone. But I'm way more comfortable now. The other day I realised I do actually have more than one pair of jeans and a T-shirt. I have some cool stuff that I need to start wearing.
My most treasured item is the leather jacket Balenciaga gave me. I would be devastated if I lost it. I live in it! It started off fairly sturdy but now it feels like a blanket. My first fashion show was Burberry a/w 2010. Claire Danes was sitting across from me, which was very exciting. I love her! It opened my eyes to the world of fashion. It's so cool to look at a fashion show as a whole because they're like little movies, every single detail is carefully considered.
MY JEWELLERY IS ALL INSANELY AND DEEPLY IMPORTANT TO ME. I have all the rings that I wore as Bella in Twilight, including her wedding ring. My other treasured pieces are mainly vintage and a Cartier 'Nail' bracelet that I wear a lot.
Kristen Stewart told V Magazine: 'I really love people. You can’t not as an actor. It’s just strange meeting someone and going, Okay, you start at square one and I will try and make up for what you already think you know about me.
I have realized that you can close yourself off to life if you put walls up, but it’s a difficult thing. You can’t see over, people can’t see in, and you also can’t see out. So I’ve gotten quite comfortable with just being unafraid. I keep saying the same thing: it’s not about being fearless but really embracing the fears and using them.
On acting: 'It’s a pretty fucking odd thing to want to pretend to be another person. and then have a lot of other people who watch you do that. You have this experience of reading something, and if you don’t bring it to life, you’re basically deleting it. Every day of shooting you’re depriving the world of having that. The responsibility is amazing.
Snow White producer: 'We worked with her for a Gap campaign in 2006, and even back then she was extremely intelligent and questioned everything. You could say anything to her and she would respond in a wonderful way. She is that delicate blend of masculine and vulnerable. She is unbelievably beautiful, not just on the outside but also in her being.
She gets right in, there is no in between.' Kristen: 'I am not closed off to anything right now. That is what I was saying about not having any more walls up. I don’t want to deprive myself of any bit of life.'
Kristen Stewart on Marie Claire Australia cover: I’m sort of bored now. I wanna work on something and maybe it doesn’t have to be an acting job. I’ve been hanging out with my dogs and my family and, to be honest with you, I’m still catching up on sleep. I’ve worked for two years solid, literally since Eclipse. But I’m itchy now. I wanna do something.
I’m particularly weird because I don’t even like being looked at. A lot of actors love it and they love going out and literally doing it as an activity. I hate it.. I’m a huge fan of the fashion world now that I’ve been allowed to be a part of it,
even if oftentimes I don’t even know what I’m wearing (In jeans and t-shirt). But whenever I put on anything by Balenciaga I’m like, ‘Oh, that looks like Balenciaga!’ You can see it, you can pick it out of a rack.'
On childhood: 'Growing up, my parents weren’t really strict. They let me be who I wanted to be. It’s not like my mum ever sat me down and said, ‘You need to be yourself, Kristen’ or ‘Don’t take any crap, Kristen’, although she did say that to me quite a few times. I thought I was an adult when I was, like 12.
I don’t know why. I’ve never been complacent. I wasn’t brought up that way. I’m the youngest in my family and always felt like I had to take care of my brothers. I’ve always been a worrier. I’ve never been that kid who just doesn’t give a crap about anything, even when I was in kindergarten.'
Kristen Stewart featured in E! Online's Best of 2012 Top 10 Most Inspiring Stars of the Year: What do you do when you screw up, and get caught? If you're the Twilight actress, you apologize, put your head down and do your work, even if..
doing your work means putting you in front of the same people, the press and the public, who spent their summer scrutinizing and criticizing your every move. It may not be the classic feel-good tale, but it's a blueprint nonetheless on how to take your lumps.
James Bond actor Daniel Craig said Kristen Stewart would make 'a great Bond girl'. Asked first by Kyle & Jackie O if he thought Kristen would be the right fit for a Bond movie: 'Would she make a good Bond girl? No, she's in Twilight.' Then backstrack, 'No, I'm being nasty.
It's only because the film (Skyfall) is coming out at the same time (as Twilight: Breaking Dawn: Part 2), we're in direct competition. I'm sure she'd make a great Bond girl.' Kristen previously admitted she is interested in reading a Bond script:
'I'd love to read a few graphs of the script. I choose my roles really instinctually. I would really have to connect with the material. As long as I get to have a gun. Yes, hell yeah.'
Kristen has signed on to reprise her role in the Snow White & The Huntsman sequel, but Rupert Sanders will not be directing in order to save his marriage after having sex with Kristen: 'The script has already been written and production will begin late next year.'
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