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Originally posted by bustedsunsets at 3 Things Fashion Canada Learned About Kristen
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Last week we were in Paris to interview Kristen Stewart about being the face of Balenciaga’s new Florabotanica perfume, which launches this fall. Between attending a garden party—hosted by Stewart and the fashion house’s creative director Nicolas Ghesquière—and chatting one-on-one with the actress the next day about everything from fashion to fragrance, here are three things we learned about KStew.

She loves her Balenciaga leather jacket

In Vanity Fair’s July issue cover story, the writer noted she wore it at two of their meetings. At last week’s launch party she layered the jacket over a pale blue dress, which she also paired with black booties.

She drops a lot of F-bombs

We counted six in our interview and heard a few more at dinner the night before.

She hates getting real flowers

“I would much rather keep them in the garden. Things need to move. I just feel like flowers are dead. They smell great, but I’m not a huge fan,” she told us. Note to Robert Pattinson: if you want to make Kristen your real-life bride, send her a bouquet made of twisted metal flowers modelled after the wild and dangerous-looking blooms seen in Florabotanica’s fragrance ad campaign. “Imagine getting this big metal [arrangement]… that would be awesome. I would marry whoever sent me that.”

To read more from our interview with Kristen Stewart, stay tuned for FASHION’s October issue.

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Rob Mentions Kristen

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Has you girlfriend Kristen seen the movie?

Rob:Yeah, yeah

How did you prepare her for all these scenes with all these different women?

Rob: The only problem is, when the movie isn't good. And then there is the question: "Why are you doing this? Why are you playing so many sex scenes in such a bad movie? If it's intersenting and believable, then everything is okay."

When did you decide to make your relationship official?

Rob: To be honest. I don't talk about my relationship. Simply because I never did this. Since I started doing interviews. No... simply no.

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Balenciaga have announced their latest fragrance, Florabotanica, which is due this September. The scent was created by perfumers, Olivier Polge and Jean-Christophe Hérault, who worked in collaboration with house designer, Nicolas Ghesquière. The fragrance is aimed at a younger market than Balenciaga Paris.

As announced in January, the face of the fragrance is Kristen Stewart, of whom Ghesquière said "embodies the modernity of the new Balenciaga fragrance with her unique sensibility and intelligence".

Florabotanica contains notes of vetiver, amber, caladium leaf, rose,carnation and mint. "At first glance, it is a very floral, almost romanticcomposition. But on closer inspection, a strongerand more obscure character can be discerned. It is a perfume that I like to think of as tender anddangerous. An enchanting and provocative scent. " says Ghesquière.

The fragrance will be available in September exclusively at Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman, before rolling out at other retailers and internationally. Florabotanica will be available as 30ml, 50ml and 100ml eau de toilette, with matching body products.

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Scans From Elle Magazine (France)

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Kristen Stewart: The actress on the road to glory

The Twilight heroine didn’t let people suck the blood out of her. Kristen Stewart is “On The Road” to glory, the new screen adaptation of the masterpiece by Kerouac that will be presented at Cannes. We me her.

Kristen Stewart changed a lot

Kristen Stewart changed a lot. Since she appeared to the (very) huge public, in 2008, as unsuspicious Bella Swan in the first movie from the “Twilight Saga” series. One, like the other, went a long way. The character discovered the joys of sex (We had to wait for the 4th movie, we imagine it was faster for Kristen), She lived fully her love for a vampire (Stewart can no longer deny her real life relationship with Robert Pattinson, her better half on screen), & went through loneliness & wickedness. As for the actress herself, she had her transition to adulthood under the spotlight. She was 18 during the first movie. Now, she’s 22, still appears to be a teenager, and kept in her voice that tone of cool distrust that clashes within a Hollwood densely populated by robotic pin-ups, and today, she has that look in her eyes, of someone that is determined, self-willed. But we see something surprising as well, someone sexy. During our photoshoot in the mountains of Topanga Canyon overlooking the beaches of Malibu, the actress is a ease & strikes a pose with that detached & wild look that is her trademark. A break, while we wait for the sun to set, & we we settle down with a few cigarettes to talk about the movie that promises to be a turning point in her career. She knows it and she talks about it with passion; “One The Road” is the role of her – young – life. “When Walter Salles chose me to play Marylou,” she remembers, “I was 16. It was my favorite book, the role that I couldn’t pass up.” Brought up in Los Angeles by a father who is a TV Producer & mother who is a screen writer, Kristen Stewart “grew up on set”. “I was always roaming around, and I was dreaming for a job that would allow me to be part of the process. It led me to be an actress, totally by accient. It’s on the job while working with amazing directors that I learned to like it.” She is 11 when David Fincher lets her play Jodie Foster’s young daughter in “Panic Room”, she’s is 17 when Sean Penn gives her a small role in “Into The Wild”. She was an actress for so many years before she became a star, and the transition was not easy. “The first few times I was recognized in the street, it was a complete surprise,” she says. “It may sound naive, but until “Twilight,” the ‘celebrity aspect’ of the job had completely escaped me. I suddenly found myself facing this unhealthy interest that relates more to the “pop culture” than to movies; people come to ask you for a picture or an autograph because they saw you on the cover of a gossip magazing, but they have no idea what movies you were you were in. This is disturbing.“

Today, she’s found the solution

Today, she’s found the solution: “Accept the idéa that everyone is a little weird [...] Anyway, when things do not affect you, it’s as if they didn’t exist in the first place.” So, that’s it for the ‘Fame game’, actively ignored. For roles, however, it’s a different mechanism. The opposit in fact. To give life to her characters, Stewart asks nothing but to be completely carried away, she wants to be moved, overwhelmed. “To embody someone, you have to feel things for real, you have to be somebody else… It’s a mysterious process that takes time. I am often frustrated when the director yells “Cut!” before I’ve reached that moment where I feel inside of me that I succeeded in bringing the right emotion to life.”

When she talks about her job, her eyes light up, her voice gets deeper, she starts fluttering her hands around and hits her chest to mimic the intensity of an emotion. There is something sexual in her description of acting, this quest for the ultimate moment where you let go, which leaves her completely drained if she is interrupted before the paroxysm.

She’s delighted by the friendship she shares with her partners

She’s delighted by the friendship she shares with her partners from “On The Road”, Garrett Hedlund (an irresistible Dean Moriarty) & Sam Riley (mind-boggling in the role of Sal Paradise, Kerouac’s alter ego). The fact that her relationship with her colleague Robert Pattinson went beyond the strict limits or work is no longer a mystery. But, lucid, Kristen has fun with the fact that she’s shared strong moments with someone on screen, without anything else happening outside the set. “We live this very intense moment & when we meet the next day it’s like.. ‘But, who are you by the way?’” The cinematic equivalent of a one night stand!

Desire, frustration, envy … Kristen Stewart has a carnal relationship to comedy, and we understand what Walter Salles saw in her before anyone else did: a brut sensuality that makes her perfect for Marylou, the only girl that boys tolerate by their sides in “On The Road”, a young, a free spirited woman, sassy, lost. Absolutely all along the movie, Stewart gets around a lot without false modesty, revealing in each shot, way more than a breast or a bit of ass. Besides, her most intense scene is played while she’s fully clothed; she’s dancing for several minutes with a bewitched Dean Moriarty, a frenzied & furiously sexual moment where they both end up being sweaty & disheveled. Torrid but never lewd, it’s a real performance.

Becoming somebody else

Becoming somebody else, live fake experiences but feeling real things… “I wouldn’t be able to tell you what makes me want to act & pretend to be somebody else all the time,” she admits, “Wanting to tell stories to people, but I learn so much from movies I make… It changed my life. It’s a strange desire, a weird impulsion.” We knew her as upright & passionate, and we were more than the surprised to see the beautiful rebel tie the knot with Balenciaga, who recently made her their new muse. She says she became interested in fashion after “years of forced learning”: “I used to dress for red carpets by obligation, until I that day where I realized that it was a big chance.” So when Nicolas Ghesquière asked her to join him, she jumped on that occasion. “I decided to ignore the superficial side of the fashion world. However, Nicolas is one of the coolest people I know. Hearing him talk about his work, be him, among people like him who like to make beautiful things, it’s incredibly stimulating for me.” Make a collaboration out of every professional experience, It’s Kristen Stewart’s creed, a wise, young woman who is struggling to extricate herself from the depths of misunderstanding that “Twilight” put her in.

After “On the Road”, she’ll be playing in another movie this summer, with “Snow White & The Huntsman”, a movie based on Grimm’s tale, with a big budget & magistral special effects. She portrays a feisty & pire princess. That will convince the last disgruntled people, who chose to see her as a fleeting starlet, that she’s here to stay/last, and begin her transformation before the release, in November, of her final chapter of Edward & Bella’s adventures, which will set her free for good, from the grip of this vampire movie. The metamorphosis has just begun.


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Cannes Director Mentions R/K

Originally posted at Cannes Director Mentions R/K




From M Magazine:

They ask Thierry if they “have the first draft of the new generation of young actors” and he replies “it’s hard to say, the competition is tough. You have to make the right choices & meet the right people. Pattinson & Stewart had the chance of rising from Twilight unlike other young actors that are as talented as they are. There are in Hollywood, young actors waiting in the shadow. The market is ruthless. But as for Pattinson& Stewart, they’re showing a remarkable maturity when it comes to their careers. And they’re wonderful in both movies.”

The article talks about Leo Dicaprio then: He managed to (almost) make people forget about Jack from Titanic. going from teenager’s walls to movie-goers shelves. Will the Twilight actors be able to finance movies that are both challenging and expensive due to their names? “It’s going on to depend on the success of their first steps in the ‘grown up’ cinema and on the power they will exerce on the screenwriter producers.” continues Thierry Frémaux. “Cannes 2012 is going to show that there is a movement to go back to the “big” American Auteur cinema. They can take advantage of it, or not. All of this is so fragile.

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Pics of Kristen At the Met Gala

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