Kristen Stewart was spotted arriving at LAX Airport to catch a flight out to Paris. Perhaps she is headed over to shoot her campaign for Chanel? For the flight she kept it classic Kristen and comfortable with a pair of James Jeans Twiggy in Slate II and her Chucks.
There was a bit of controversy when it was announced that she will be the new face of the Pre-Fall collection. I have to say that I am quite excited to see what Karl Lagerfeld is up to with the campaign. Kristen is very simple on her day off, but I always find that she turns up the volume very well when she has to. How do you readers feel about the choice of Kristen for Chanel? Click here to purchase these jeans from SHOPBOP for $141.
Kristen Stewart posed for some photos on the carpet for her new film Camp X-Ray. The actress switched it up with a pair of the James Jeans Twiggy Leggings in Slate II, but kept to her signature style by pairing them with a bomber jacket and some boots.
It’s really good to see Kristen change it up with her jeans. I know that these are one of her go-to’s recently and would hope that she will wear them more. I think the color of them is just amazing. You can click here to purchase these jeans from Shopbop for $141.
Kristen Stewart was spotted out and about in Beverly Hills, California with a friend. The actress wore her very worn in pair of the 7 For All Mankind Skinny jeans in Rinsed Indigo with a black denim jacket and her signature Chucks.
It’s great to see Kristen wear these without a cuff…well halfway. I think it is more flattering this way when worn with high-top sneakers. But I do wish to see her switch it up with washes. I think a faded black pair would look great. You can click here to purchase these jeans from the 7 For All Mankind website.
Kristen definitely is loyal to brands and pairs when it comes to jeans. We see her in these almost exclusively. I’m surprised that we haven’t seen her in a pair of waxed or leather pants since I think they’d fit her style perfectly. You can buy 7 For All Mankind online from Shopbop.com.