Many beautiful women on the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival wore sophisticated evening dresses. Kristen Stewart opted for a strapless Chanel strapless black crop top, matching pants and Oliver Pe People sunglasses. The Crime in our future the actress stepped out for the film festival’s 75th anniversary screening innocence, With a cool girl attitude, her outfit matches perfectly. She pulled her hair up and posed like a red carpet pro after decades of doing it.
Stewart opted for a more traditional red carpet look last night at the premiere of Crime in our future. She wore a chic Chanel crop top and skirt for that premiere with her hair tied back in a ponytail.
At her movie photo call earlier today, she wore a pair of red Chanel tweed pants with an overcoat. She also wears sunglasses, this time with yellow lenses.
Stewart spoke to W magazine earlier this year about how she knew she wanted to act when she was nine years old. “When I made my first film, Safety of objects, I said, ‘This is it. This is the feeling,” she said. “I’ve been pursuing that ever since. It is the feeling of creating something together with others. It’s amazing how many versions of myself I can find.”
She also revealed one time she was paralyzed. “I saw Neve Campbell in a restaurant the other day, and I looked over my shoulder and did this thing that I hate when people do [it] for me, where they look and then turn around and pretend they didn’t see or something,” she recalls. “I’m like, ‘Just come say hello.’ And then my friend said, ‘You should just say hello.’ I said, ‘No way.’ And then she invited us to sit down and chat for a minute. I was like, ‘Dude, I need to go see it Screaming [Five]. ‘ I loved that series so much. But it’s funny when people actually chase you. It’s never who you expect. It’s a physical thing – maybe you love a musician, maybe you love an actor too much, but you see them and you’re like, ‘Yeah, that’s great. That’s them. They are one person. ‘ There are some people who just go in there. Physically. And then your body disappears, ahh. “
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