The Chanel’s Gabrielle Bag Campaign to launch April 03, 2017

The Chanel’s Gabrielle Bag Campaign to launch April 03, 2017

WWD.com : Williams is to appear in advertising for Chanel’s new Gabrielle bag, recently photographed by Lagerfeld, who conceived the style.

The designer also conscripted three powerful women for the spots: Kristen Stewart, Cara Delevingne and Caroline de Maigret. It is understood the personalities were shot separately, not as a group, and that this is the first time a man has appeared in a Chanel handbag ad.

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Olivier Assayas mentions Kristen in a new interview

Olivier Assayas mentions Kristen in a new interview

Le Bleu du Miroir : OLIVIER ASSAYAS | Interview
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A few days before the realease of his new movie Personal Shopper, which won the director award at the Cannes Film Festival, we met with Olivier Assayas – to whom we are dedicating a passionnating and rich retrospective for a few months.

You said : “I never reasoned with female character in the center of my movies. It’s an independent move that takes me to it, I listen to my desire, to my curiosity.” You meet again with Kristen Stewart, two years after Sils Maria. Can you tell that your desire, your curiosity to film her was not completely satisfied ?
Olivier Assayas
: Absolutely. I would never had said it quite like that but, in reality, it was a choice that imposed itself. I hadn’t written Sils Maria thinking of Kristen, but more of Juliette Binoche. It turns out that I was looking for an actress to play that young american assistant and it came clear really fast on Kristen – who brought something really particular to the movie. It wasn’t thought. She plays a more unidemensionnal character, she doesn’t have Maria’s complexity (Juliette Binoche’s character NDLR). Continue reading “Olivier Assayas mentions Kristen in a new interview”

Kristen is on the cover of Studio Ciné Live – December 2016 [France]

Kristen is on the cover of Studio Ciné Live – December 2016 [France]

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Kristen in the Christmas Issue of Vogue Paris – December/January 2016

Kristen in the Christmas Issue of Vogue Paris – December/January 2016

Kristen is in the new issue of Vogue Paris, in a new photoshoot by Karl Lagerfeld. Inside the magazine, the face of Chanel is being interviewed with the directore of her latest movie [Olivier Assayas], Personal Shopper, out in France on December 14.
Below are the outtakes and PDF Scans of the magazine.


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NEW Interview with the Toronto Sun for #BillyLynn

NEW Interview with the Toronto Sun for #BillyLynn

Toronto Sun : NEW YORK – It’s one of those days of movie promotion where you wonder what fuel the stars use to keep talking. Wonder no more.

Straight from press conference to photo shoot to me, Kristen Stewart is set to promote Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, when an assistant enters the room and tosses a pack of cigarettes.

Brightening, she rips open the pack, and heads to the hotel window, thoughtfully grabbing my digital recorder (“So you don’t miss anything”) en route to sitting on the sill, a little fidgety and blowing smoke out into the Manhattan air.

So we sat, 10 feet apart, talking about Ang Lee’s awkwardly-titled movie, taken from a Ben Fountain novel about a group of Iraq soldiers who go “viral” with video of their fruitless attempt to save a comrade (Vin Diesel), and who are honoured during halftime of a Texas NFL game (the Cowboys in the book).

They’re followed by an agent (Chris Tucker), who’s intent on turning their story into a Hollywood movie.

Stewart seems to have emerged from the glare of playing Bella Swan in the Twilight series with a remarkable measure of respect. The onetime child actress became the only American ever to win a Cesar (the French Oscar) when she won Best Supporting Actress for Olivier Assayas’ Clouds of Sils Maria

And she owns one of only two female roles of note in Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk – Kathryn, the sister of Billy (Joe Alwyn), who’s furiously trying to get her brother treatment for PTSD before he re-ups for another tour of duty in a pointless war.

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#CertainWomen interview + Portraits by ELLE Magazine

#CertainWomen interview + Portraits by ELLE Magazine

Kristen Stewart and Laura Dern Have Giving a F*ck Down to an Art: Spending a little time with the stars of Certain Women.

ELLE Magazine : “I fucking love your portion of the movie, by the way,” says Kristen Stewart, jaw-length hair freshly platinum, to Laura Dern, her costar in Certain Women. Even though both actresses star in Kelly Reichardt’s exquisite slice-of-life film, they don’t share any scenes. That’s why they’re only now—during their NYC press tour, with me as third wheel—getting the opportunity to exchange spirited praise. “Oh my God,” replies Dern, in emphatic kind. “I love yours.”

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#BillyLynn to have its World Premiere at the 54th New York Film Festival

#BillyLynn to have its World Premiere at the 54th New York Film Festival

FilmInc : Ang Lee’s highly anticipated Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk will screen as a Special World Premiere Presentation of the 54th New York Film Festival on Friday, October 14, at AMC Lincoln Square (1998 Broadway, New York, NY 10023).

New York Film Festival Director and Selection Committee Chair Kent Jones said, “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk astonished me, and it moved me deeply—in the grandest way, as a story of America in the years after the invasion of Iraq, and on the most intimate person-to-person wavelength. Ang Lee has always gone deep into the nuances of the emotions between his characters, and that’s exactly what drove him to push cinema technology to new levels. It’s all about the faces, the smallest emotional shifts. In every way, Billy Lynn is the work of a master.”

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Kristen is on the cover of ELLE France [and others] – Aug 19, 2016

Kristen is on the cover of ELLE France [and others] – Aug 19, 2016

Kristen is gracing the cover of this week’s issue of ELLE France, and several others including ELLE Spain and ELLE Bulgaria. Here are the UHQ outtakes, and the scans of the magazines.


Scans thanks to @Uchiland


ELLE France | ELLE Spain | Outtakes

Kristen on the cover of the New York Times Style Magazine – August 21, 2016

Kristen on the cover of the New York Times Style Magazine – August 21, 2016

Kristen is gracing the cover of next week’s New York Times Style magazine ! Here are the cover and pictures, as well as a brand new interview and video, thanks to the New York Times itself.


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Kristen Stewart, the Good Bad Girl

You know the actress from her films. The real Kristen Stewart — funny and fiercely open — is only just emerging. That took years of work.

New York Times : It’s hard to not be charmed by Kristen Stewart’s Los Feliz home, even harder to believe that it belongs to a movie star and not a college freshman. The basement den of her four-bedroom property, which hovers above Los Angeles — at once belonging to and separate from the hazy city below it — is a study in random: a stop sign on one wall, three metal letters — A, S and S — on another, a Batman action figure, a Winnie the Pooh-themed Pez dispenser, a Playboy pinball machine. The room’s centerpiece, an imposing bookcase, is packed with fashion tomes, a few to do with Chanel, for whom she models; monographs featuring the work of Basquiat, Eggleston and Mapplethorpe; books about food, travel and the Beatles; and novels by Dostoyevsky, Hesse and Kafka. A chunk of shelf is devoted to Jack Kerouac, whose character Marylou she played in a film version of “On the Road.”

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