Thursday, June 30, 2016

Kristen Covers Elle UK September Issue

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Rise of The Rebel - Kristen Stewart: The Hollywood Non-Conformist.

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'Equals' Los Angeles Premiere will be on July 7

July 7, 2016 at 7.30pm PT.

10.30pm ET/ 3.30am UK/ 4.30am CET/ 12.30pm AEST (Fri)

Where: ArcLight Hollywood, 6300 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles CA 90028

A24 invites School of Cinematic Arts (SCA) students to join KRISTEN STEWART and NICHOLAS HOULT at the Los Angeles Premiere of EQUALS.

It is free admission for SCA students. For more details on attending click here.


Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Kristen will appear on 'Live with Kelly' on July 14

The show normally airs from 9am ET.

6.00am PT/ 2.00pm UK/ 3.00pm CET/ 11.00pm AEST

You can check for your local TV station & broadcasting time here if you live in the US.

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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Video: Kristen's interview from the 'Clouds of Sils Maria' Criterion Blu-Ray

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Find out more details on how to order a copy of 'Clouds of Sils Maria' on Blu-Ray here.

Thanks to @queennn94 for the twitter videos.


'Equals' Clip no. 3 (Nicholas Hoult and Guy Pearce)

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Sunday, June 26, 2016

New/old fan photo of Kristen from Cannes

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Photo seems to be have been taken at the Arte event for 'Personal Shopper' at Cannes.

See Kristen's portraits and BTS pics with Olivier Assayas here.


Friday, June 24, 2016

Jesse Eisenberg mentions Kristen (Elle Australia, July 2016)

As for his favourite leading lady, it's without doubt Kristen Stewart, his co-star in Adventureland, American Ultra and Cafe Society. "We're two actors who prefer to face away from the camera. Not because we're so humble or modest, but because we're more interested in presenting a realistic character than stealing the spotlight."

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Kristen talks to WWD about Lucia Pica's Chanel Le Rouge Collection

As Britons flocked to the polls on Thursday, Chanel offered a bit of distraction from politics with an event at London’s Somerset House to mark the launch of its latest make up collection, “Fall 2016. Le Rouge Collection Number 1.” The other main attraction was brand ambassador Kristen Stewart.

This was the first collection designed by Lucia Pica in her role as Chanel’s global creative designer for makeup and color. To celebrate the occasion the French luxury house went all out, flashing red spotlights on the vast Neoclassical building that overlooks the Thames.

Laura Bailey, Lily Allen, Emily Weiss of online beauty brand Glossier, Henry Holland, and Erin O’ Connor were among the guests.

Pica aimed to subvert the classic status associated with the color red and to give the collection another dimension. She did so by working with the photographer Max Farago and filmmaker Clara Cullen to document her creative journey and different sources of inspiration associated with the color red.

Stewart, who is the face of the new collection’s campaign, said Pica’s array of references inspired her to have a deeper connection with the concept.

“This is my first makeup campaign that I had done with Chanel and they approached their work with such genuine impulse. I know that clothes can really acquaint you with aspects of yourself that can be surprising; when they tell a story and when they evoke a feeling it really can be like one of the coolest art forms there is,” she told WWD. “I didn’t really know how deep you could go with that on a makeup level but Lucia derives her work from something that is so fundamental to her and really comes from a deep place within her. Just seeing all of her references and inspirations was so special, it is not just about red lipstick.”

Stewart added that she has been playing with the products, and was immediately attracted to the rawness of the look that can be achieved.

“Red is not the most obvious choice to put — say — on your eyes or something like that, but it is the color of blood. It’s the color of what keeps us alive and so it is really emotional. You might think that red eyeliner might make you look tired but what it looks like is it looks raw. It looks like your blood is closer to the surface of your skin, it looks like you are alive so there is something engaging about it. Basically you are taking what you naturally have and enhancing it so it doesn’t feel like a mask,” said the actress who will be shooting the first short film she has written and directed herself at the end of July.

The collection consists of a variety of products — an eye shadow palette, six lip colors, nail varnishes, blush, mascara, lip liners and long-lasting eyeliners — in order to allow customers to achieve a full look.

“You can actually wear the full collection and not look completely made up because all of the colors are very harmonious. A red undertone runs through the whole collection, so it is not just red colors, you can pair it with warm and earthy colors as well. It makes it less harsh for the face to wear this color,” said Pica.

Prices range from 17.50 pounds, or $26, for a lip liner to 40 pounds, or $59, for the eye shadow palette.

Pica’s initial choice to focus on the color red for her inaugural collection for the house came from a personal obsession, as well as from Chanel’s strong associations with the color.

“I really wanted to start somewhere very personal because I felt it was the only way I could be proud of this. I also found out that it was a strong asset for the house, and Mademoiselle Chanel used to say, ‘I love the color red, it is the color of life and the color of blood.’ She also used to say ‘put your red lipstick on and attack.’ So for her it meant power and femininity and this resonated with me so much,” added Pica.

She added that working with Farago on the images felt natural, given her personal relationship with him.

“Max understands where I am coming from. He knows me really well so he knows how to put through my vision. Things like this sometimes just start through dinner you know?” said Pica. “We wanted to do something that felt a little bit fresher and a little bit more modern. I wanted to put myself into what is happening right now, and how I can discover things while doing them. I wanted to do a study of the color red, and I wanted to go a little deeper with it and how this color makes you think and how it makes you feel. It turns out it is about women and the celebration of women and how we react to this color, how this color happens on our faces.”

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Thursday, June 23, 2016

Kristen at Lucia Pica's Chanel Le Rouge Collection Launch, London - 23 June 2016


Hair by Ken O'Rourke. Makeup by Lucia Pica. Nails by Lucy Tucker.

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Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Video: Kristen and Olivier Assayas interview w/ Cinema 3 at Cannes (Spain)

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New fan photo of Kristen - 22 June 2016
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'Equals' Clip no. 2

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New photo of Kristen w/ 'Equals' producer Michael Pruss

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'Personal Shopper and 'Certain Women' will screen at the Melbourne International Film Festival

Certain Women

Kelly Reichardt (Night Moves, MIFF 2014) continues her love affair with the American landscape and those who linger within its midst in her sixth feature. Across a triptych of vignettes, the writer/director examines small-town traditions and troubles, following three women finding their way forward through trying circumstances.

In the sleepy foothills of Montana, a lawyer (Laura Dern) juggles personal turmoil, a tense hostage situation and a difficult worker's compensation case. Nearby, a couple (Michelle Williams and James Le Gros) build the foundation for a new home while shattering the basis of their marriage, and a rancher (Lily Gladstone) bonds with a law-school graduate (Kristen Stewart).

Observed with Reichardt's usual empathy and incisiveness, their tales capture everyday moments, choices and encounters that seem insignificant but slowly prove otherwise. Boasting cinematographer Christopher Blauvelt's distinctive documentary-meets-arthouse aesthetic, as well as subtle yet powerful performances from the all-star cast, Certain Women doesn't just offer a slice of Midwest life; it presents a simmering insight into the physical isolation and male domination of rural existence.

Check out the Certain Women page for more details and tickets.

Personal Shopper

Co-winner of the Cannes Best Director gong, French auteur extraordinaire Olivier Assayas' (Demonlover MIFF 2002; Irma Vep, MIFF 1997) brand new film is an unconventional ghost story.

Maureen works by day as a personal assistant for a celebrity, picking up – and, against instructions, trying on – extravagant dresses for her boss. She is also grieving her twin brother, who she recently lost. When she tries to make contact with him in his deserted mansion, something far more menacing and ungovernable is unleashed.

Featuring an idiosyncratic, virtuoso star turn by Kristen Stewart, Personal Shopper juxtaposes high fashion with a foreboding atmosphere – a sly exercise in genre subversion by Assayas that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats.

Check out the Personal Shopper page for more details and tickets.

The film festival runs from 28 July - 14 August 2016.

The full schedule should be out around 6 July.

Monday, June 20, 2016

'Certain Women' and 'Personal Shopper' will screen at the New Zealand International Film Festival


Laura Dern, Michelle Williams and Kristen Stewart are beautifully attuned to Meek’s Cutoff director Kelly Reichardt’s intimately observed, interwoven tales of three independent women in contemporary small town Montana.
  • JUL 15 Saturday 1:00 PM
  • JUL 19 Tuesday1:45 PM
  • JUL 24 Sunday 8:00 PM
  • JUL 26 Tuesday 2:00 PM

For more details and tickets for 'Certain Women', click here.

In Competition

Kristen Stewart reunites with Clouds of Sils Maria director Oliver Assayas to play a young American in Paris, buying haute couture for her celebrity boss, and seeking contact with the spirit of her dead twin brother.
  • JUL 26 Tuesday 9:00 PM
  • JUL 27 Wednesday 1:15 PM
  • JUL 28 Thursday 8:45 PM

For more details and tickets for 'Personal Shopper', click here.

New/old photos of Kristen from the Vanity Fair Dinner in Cannes

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Scans are from Vanity Fair France July issue.

Thanks to AdoringKS

Images of Kristen for Chanel's Fall 2016 Le Rouge Collection N1


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Images below were taken at a private launch event in London (20/21 June).


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Photography: Mario Testino

Lucia Pica spoke to Violet Grey

To prove her point, the Italian-born artist, whose expert skill was honed under the tutelage of Charlotte Tilbury and who is frequently showcased on magazine covers (Vogue Paris, Vogue UK, Another Magazine), artistically executes an impactful, all-red look on actress and Chanel muse Kristen Stewart. “When I was working on the campaign with Kristen, she told me that actors sometimes apply red eyeliner to make their eyes appear more intense,” Pica notes, referring to Eros, the universally complementary burgundy-brown eyeliner. “But don’t forget to have fun; mix and blend the shades, get playful.” 

Lucia Pica [Chanel's Global Creative Make up and Colour Designer] It's Official! About to present my first collection for Chanel. LE ROUGE, COLLECTION N1 #chanelmakeup #lerougecollection1 #luciapica @chanelofficial Wearing Boyfriend Watch, Lion Ring, Le Vernis Rouge Puissant, Stylo Yeux Waterproof Eros ❤

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