Fugger: Kristen Stewart

Well Played, Kristen Stewart on Marie Claire, August 2015

Marie Claire always does right by Kristen Stewart. Some of what she’s wearing inside the magazine is nuts, but her face looks AMAZING.

(PS: You can read the interview (or portions of it) over at Marie Claire.)

[Photos: TESH/Marie Claire]


Fugs and Fabs: Celebs at Chanel

There is a HILARIOUS and wonderful disparity between what these celebs showed up in, and what Karl then put on them for the show. PS: Lily Collins totally chewed SOMEONE out over this. I’m not sure who. BUT SOMEONE.

[Photos: Fame/Flynet]


Fug the Hmm: Kristen Stewart

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KRISTEN: Imprinting, huh?


KRISTEN: Care to talk through that one more time?

STEPHENIE: Any interest in talking abut why you didn’t walk the red carpet and you’re hiding half your outfit behind the podium?



KRISTEN: Fair play, Meyer. Fair play.

[Photo: Getty]


Fugs and Fabs: Everyone at the Chanel 2015/16 Cruise Collection

You guys, this means that SWINTON and K Stew have met. I feel like this could lead only to good things.

[Photos: Fame/Flynet]


Well Played, Kristen Stewart in Harper’s Bazaar UK

You’ve probably read about this interview with Kristen Stewart – it’s the one where she says she met a lot of “soul-sucking, cut-throat fashion people,” and that filming sex scenes for Twilight was agony (that quote’s been taken out of context a lot) — and it’s worth a read. But mostly, I think this shoot is worth a thank you note. I was REALLY doubtful about this Chanel partnership, and still have some trepidation about her red carpet looks, but she has been photographing beautifully in it (the ad she did for their new bag is awesome).

[Photos: Harper's Bazaar UK]


Fugs of Sils Maria: Kristen Stewart

Lately, ol’ Stewie has been doing a nice job wearing stuff that seems more organic to her personality — stuff where she, at least, seems comfortable in the clothes, as opposed to strapped inside of them.

Not so much here:

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Those pants are really pretty awkward. And while I get that the black tube top is probably there in aid of nippular modesty (sure, let’s invent “nippular”), it somehow comes off more like they’re being blindfolded and/or fell into a hunter’s trap. Nothing about this is particularly self-assured — I was unlikely to buy it regardless, but she isn’t doing much selling, either — and the vibe it therefore creates is one of, “My grandmother bought this for me for Easter and Mom said I HAD to wear it or else I would make BOTH of them cry and so hopefully emotional blackmail is hot for spring.”

[Photo: Getty]