Kristen is on the cover of January 2013 issue of Marie Claire Australia. A preview of the cover has been added to the gallery. Below you can also read Kristen’s interview from the magazine.
‘Thankfully I was never told I needed a Prince Charming or anything more than what I already had in me,” she offered. “You have to find your own way in life. I’m not into that rescue stuff.”
“I’m sort of bored now,” she confessed [talking about 'what's next'] “I wanna work on something and maybe it doesn’t have to be an acting job. I’ve been hanging out with my dogs and my family and, to be honest with you, I’m still catching up on sleep. I’ve worked for 2 years solid, literally since Eclipse. But I’m itchy now. I wanna do something.”
Kristen sat down with Tom O’Neil from Gold Derby to chat all things ‘On The Road’. You can read some quotes from the interview or listen to the podcast below.
“It’s a rough road. It’s a fun road,” Kristen Stewart says about the adventure to be found in her new film “On the Road,” Walter Salles’ adaption of Jack Kerouac’s novel of bohemian drifters in post-war America. “There’s a serious duality to it.” Addressing her “Twilight Saga” fans in our podcast chat, she acknowledges that this edgy art-house role is new territory for her as an actress, “but, if you want to take a ride, please come along.”
Craig Kennedy has posted snippets of his interview with Kristen, done during her On the Road promotion.
I recently sat down to a couple of one on one interviews for the upcoming adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s On the Road. The first was with the film’s co-star Garrett Hedlund (Tron: Legacy) and the second was with screenwriter Jose Rivera and director Walter Salles who had previously collaborated on the highly acclaimed The Motorcycle Diaries (2004). Those interviews will be coming shortly, but in the mean time I wanted to pull out some of the more interesting responses from the roundtable with Kristen Stewart which took place on the same day.
Stewart of course is on everyone’s mind right now as the last chapter of the Twilight Saga rakes in cash at the multiplex, but it’s easy to forget that she’s also carved out a nice niche for herself and done some of her best work in smaller scale films like Into the Wild, The Runaways, Welcome to the Rileys and now On the Road.
Kristen is on the cover of the November edition of L’Express Styles and scans can now be viewed in our gallery. The article is in French but the scans come with a great cover and photoshoot.
Kristen’s stylist of five years, Tara Swennen has been interviewed about Kristen and the iconic looks she helps create for various premiers and events. Check out what she has to say below. You can also read a bit more of the interview over at StyleCaster.
NY Mag – Tara Swennen has been Kristen Stewart’s stylist since the actress appeared on the Into the Wild red carpet wearing Chanel in 2007. Since then, we’ve seen Stewart in everything from studded minis and many T-shirt-and-jean combos to the more recent floor-length gowns and sheer jumpsuits. Quite the evolution. For the Twilight finale, Swennen — who also styles Julie Bowen and Connie Britton — chose particularly dramatic looks, aiming to put Stewart in outfits that would reflect this “end of an era” for tween fans, starting with a butt-baring, nude Zuhair Murad number. “It took a lot of balls for her to wear that dress, so I’m super-proud of her,” Swennen said of the controversial pick. Read ahead for the stylist’s thoughts on red-carpet sneakers, Ghesquière’s departure from Balenciaga, and where she thinks Stewart’s style will evolve from here.Continue Reading
HeyUGuys interviews Kristen Stewart at the European premiere of Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2 in London.