“Twilight’s” Kristen Stewart turns fashion plate for Glamour magazine, in a sharp departure from the armor plate that she was recently photographed wearing on the set of her new film “Snow White and the Huntsman.”
Stewart and her love bug, Robert Pattinson, are likely to be popping up a lot more on magazine covers and talk shows as the promotion for the latest in the Twilight series, “Breaking Dawn, Part 1,” gears up ahead of its November release.
Although Stewart seems to prefer jeans and tee-shirts to high fashion, she can glam it up with the best of them.
Check out Kristen’s photos; click to enlarge.
She was featured in the August issue of W magazine channeling Elizabeth Taylor in a series of stunning photographs.
She also seems to have taken an interest in fashion, lately.
The 21-year-old actress was spotted in a front row seat at London Fashion Week. She’s been filming her new movie in the UK.
For the Glamour shoot, Matthias Vriens-McGrath was behind the lens.
In the accompanying interview, Stewart talked about “Twilight” phenomenon.
She reveals that she actually watched Breaking Dawn for the first time with Taylor Lautner, who has played shapeshifter Jacob Black in the series.
“It was really fun. It’s fun to watch it with him because we actually sit and watch it. Me and Taylor are actual Twilight fans, so we can sit there and be totally into it!
“Whereas I sit there with Rob … he likes it, but he has just such a different energy,” she says.
She’s also high on Bella’s relationship with Jacob. “I’ve always just loved Jacob and Bella so much. Taylor is great in this one.”
Since the final two films in the series were shot back-to-back, “Twilight” is official a done deal for the star, and the last night of filming was emotional, she says.
“Yeah, the last night… I was so exhausted, and it’s funny, Rob was actually way more energetic than I was at the end of it,” she recalls.
“On the final night of filming I was literally pulling out my hair and crying and having to walk away for a second because my voice wasn’t working anymore.”