: With the Cannes Film Festival officially underway, following last night’s premiere of Woody Allen’s CaféSociety, the week’s traditional glitz and glamour have descended on the South of France. But even amid all the couture-clad starlets and supermodels, Kristen Stewart still manages to stand out—which is as much a testament to the skill of her trusted team of professionals (Chanel’s Lucia Pica on makeup, Adir Abergel on hair, and stylist Tara Swennen) as Stewart herself, who brings a signature dose of authenticity and attitude to every red carpet turn she makes.
“She cut that Chanel T-shirt herself. It was her idea,” Pica said of the white-on-white skirt-and-shirt ensemble Stewart wore to a photo call for Allen’s new movie, in which she costars with Blake Lively and Jesse Eisenberg. (True to form, Stewart removed her black-and-white pumps promptly after it was over.)
“I think the way Kristen approaches glamour and being a movie star is really refreshing,” Pica added hours later while prepping Stewart for the film’s evening premiere. The actress, too, was uncharacteristically excited. “I really love this particular red carpet,” Stewart said as Abergel texturized her newly peroxided cropped hair before fashioning it into a deep side part. “I know that sounds obvious, but I don’t get that impending doom feeling in my gut. I’m really elated to be here—and we all want to annihilate this look.” Mission accomplished. Here, Stewart, Abergel, and Pica break down Stewart’s one part Old Hollywood, one part “Gwen Stefani in the ’90s” beauty moment, live from Cannes.
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