Kristen Stewart reveals details of her big-screen comeback, as she talks Balanciaga, fame and fashion...
Kristen Stewart is back with a new Balenciaga campaign that captures her as the gorgeous and smokey-eyed beauty we know and love.
Set to make her big-screen comeback this year, and with the new Rosabotanica campaign already captivating beauty buffs the world over, Kristen has revealed details of her next projects.
And there's more than one reason to get excited.
'I had looked at the fashion world as superficial,' the Twilight star tells Flare, as she describes Balenciaga's former creative director Nicolas Ghesquière as a 'true artist'.
'Before the photo shoot I did with him, it was always f***ing torture,' she adds, recalling her studio sessions in front of the lens. 'Unless there's a story that you just f***ing have to help bring to life, it's not worth it.'
At just 23, Kristen is now tasked with moving on from the incredible success of Twilight – but there are two roles in particular that have tempted her back into the limelight.
Ending her two-year acting hiatus, Sils Maria will see the feisty brunette portray a personal assistant, to a troubled and ageing actress, played by Oscar-winner Juliette Binoche.
While K-Stew goes on to give more details of her upcoming role in Camp X-Ray, a drama set in Guantanamo Bay. Playing a character who comes to realise life isn't so black-and-white, Kristen says: 'Her eyes are smashed open, and I know that feeling.'
Meanwhile, the fashion pack awaits more from Kristen Stewart's debut Chanel campaign, set to be released later this year.
But when it comes to having her personal life played out in public, she says: 'When people pick up newspapers and read perfect summaries of my life in little concise stories, it’s kind of silly. Can anyone’s life be put into words like that?'
Could this be Kristen Stewart's most successful year to date? Watch this space.
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