Kristen Stewart may have covered her Osman Yousefzada look in slime at the Kids’ Choice Awards but the designer doesn’t mind
Kristen Stewart stunned as she took to the red carpet at the Kids’ Choice Awards over the weekend clad in matching metallic checked shorts and top by Osman Yousefzada, once on stage though it was an entirely different scenario.
As she accepted one of her two awards of the night, Kristen Stewart hugged the event’s presenter Sandra Bullock who was covered in green slime this swiftly soaked the front of the Twilight star’s outfit.
Kristen may have been all smiles but we weren’t confident the look’s designer would feel the same, but we were very wrong.
Despite fashion sacrilege on one of his creations Osman Yousefzada wasn’t just diplomatic about the incident, he went on to praise Kristen dubbing it ‘incredible’ that she’d worn his clothes and looked ‘stunning’.
That we certainly agree with.
He went on to say how he’s always admired the star and that she is a ‘natural extension’ of his brand thanks to her ‘strength’ and her ability to look ‘effortlessly cool’.
Last week Julien Macdonald was quick to reap praise on Kristen too as he dubbed her ‘iconic’ telling Hello!: ‘I like girls like Beyonce or Kristen Stewart, they are amazing women. Iconic. They are part of a new generation.
‘There's nothing better than seeing somebody you admire, or someone who embodies Julien Macdonald. When she [Kristen Stewart] started wearing my clothes it was amazing!’
Is there anyone in fashion who doesn’t love Kristen Stewart?
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