Kristen Stewart Vamps up in Racy Nude Gown at Twilight Premier
Kristen Stewart is known for her casual dressing style and is often seen wearing her boyfriend, Robert Pattinson’s clothes. But at the Los Angeles Premiere of ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2’ the actress decided to vamp it up in a sexy costume.
And the bright red lipstick on her pout helped enhance the effect.
Stewart wore a daring nude Zuhair Murad strapless gown featuring lace and chiffon panelling and a corseted bodice. The gown is from the Zuhair Murad Ready-to-wear collection and the racy outfit showed plenty of skin.
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A satin belt clutched the gown at her waist and Stewart’s locks were swept to the side in an old-fashioned Hollywood style. Making sure that the attention doesn’t stray from her dress, Stewart wore minimal jewellery choosing a flimsy necklace and a couple of bracelets as accessories.
Meanwhile, her boyfriend Pattinson remained faithful to his favorite designer Gucci. He wore a Gucci black micro houndstooth two-button green suit that he teamed up with a gray shirt and black satin tie.
“I had a dream about an emerald-green houndstooth suit. I got Gucci to make it,” the People quoted Pattinson as saying, adding that the actor chose all the materials for the suit himself.
Interestingly, Pattinson wasn’t the only one who went green at the premier. Maggie Grace made a splash in green, while baddie Volturi vampire Dakota Fanning wore an emerald green gown from Elie Saab’s haute couture Fall-Winter 2012-13 collection.
The actress, famous for her blond hair and porcelain skin, showed up to the premier as a brunette. She told Yahoo! Movies that the change was for an upcoming movie. "I decided I needed a change... for the character I was playing I couldn't be a blonde," she explained.
About her role as evil Jane, which according to Yahoo! Movies Ultimate "Twilight" Fan Poll is the most evil vampire, Fanning said: "It's nice to let go, and know that your character is mean, and just have fun with it."
"It's good to be bad."