Kristen Stewart on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar UK
27-year-old American actress and director Kristen Stewart decorated the new cover of the British Harper’s Bazaar.
Kristen Stewart became famous both for her films and for contracts with Fashion houses. The girl has already been representing Chanel and Balenciaga for many years. Kristen Stewart became the first actress in the history of the country to receive the prestigious French film award «César».
For the photoshoot of Harper’s Bazaar UK Kristen Stewart tried on Chanel dresses. The author of photography was Tom Craig. Kristen Stewart gave an interview to Harper’s Bazaar UK, in which she talked about her relationship, love, fame and much more.
On being in love:
“I’ve been deeply in love with everyone I’ve dated. Did you think I was faking it? I’ve always really embraced a duality. And really, truly, believed in it and never felt confused or struggling. I just didn’t like getting made fun of.”
“Fame is valued quite ridiculously. So then there’s this idea that you’re beholden in some way, and I resent that. And it comes across like I’m ungrateful or something but, actually, I just find it weird to talk to the general public as a whole. Like, you can relate to a person, you can relate to an individual, but addressing the world at large is something that just perplexes me.”
On whether she suffers from ‘Resting Bitch Face’:
“Completely. I’m really not introverted – I’m just not acting all the time, which is what it would take to look like how people expect famous people to behave.”
On life as a woman in the United States, post Trump:
“It’s obviously terrible what’s happening but at the same time, it feels good to be part of a wider female community that is finally standing up for themselves. I’ve never felt such a strong sense of community. So it’s brought us together. The catalyst for this is regrettable, obviously, it’s shitty. But at the same time I think that you need something to stir things up in order to get people to come together and define their opinions and force them to be heard.”