Kristen Stewart headed to London to take her place at the top of the throne, as the queen of the Twilight Breaking Dawn: Part Two red carpet. With many of the other vampires still in America, KStew shone even brighter in an equally scandalous outfit as Monday’s premiere.
Kristen Stewart went back to Zuhair Murad for yet another red carpet look (could she be shying away from Balenciaga?) and this time, she went for a one-piece catsuit. What KStew didn’t shy away from is showing some more skin. This walk on the red carpet was a less obvious example of how to show skin than yesterday, but still there were a lot of glimpses at the actress’ body. The Zuhair Murad catsuit had elaborate detailing from a cut out back to sheer lace overlay on the side of the pants and the top. The lace on the front was strategically placed to cover what would merit a wardrobe malfunction. Kristen Stewart left her bright pink lipstick in Los Angeles and went for a more natural look beauty wise—her hair was a well-styled case of bed head and she had a subtle smoky eye.
Stewart’s look was kind of a slap in the face for Ashley Greene, co-star and faux best friend in the films. Greene wore a similar look last night at the CFDA awards in New York, and it’s safe to say that it was nowhere near as perfect as KStew’s. Ashley Greene wore a sheer black lace top with oversized bell sleeves and black pants by Wes Gordon and crushed all the sexiness of the outfit by adding a black bandeau. Kristen Stewart: 1. Ashley Greene: 0.
But back to London. Stewart walked the red carpet with co-star and maybe-on-again-boyfriend, Robert Pattinson, and this time she leaned onto his shoulder, which makes us think that a rekindled romance may be brewing. We can dream, right?
And that shoulder was looking good like at the Los Angeles premiere—where he designed his own Gucci suit—only this time, Robert Pattison went back to the basics. He wore a dark grey suit with a bluish oxford shirt and tie. Taylor Lautner took a style note from RPatz and went it in a coloured suit. Instead of green, he wore a navy blue suit with a black v-neck and a scruffy face.
This premiere features less of the cast, but let’s be honest, these three are the who’s who of the Twilight Saga.
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