In today’s movie industry, Kristen Stewart is known to have one of the dirtiest mouths. She talks as she sees it and for many her straightforward attitude might be a handful. In an interview with Vanity Fair, Kristen Stewart revealed more of her rebellious side. The actress even talked about her “Twilight” days and said she’s proud of not looking perfect.
The “Vanity Fair” coverage got Kristen Stewart to step out of her casual and cozy clothes and into a glamorous shiny dress. She’s even holding in her arms a Pomeranian, one of the pets usually preferred by “society women” as the New York Post writes. Of course, Vanity Fair had to censor a lot of swearing, but in the end that’s why we love Kristen Stewart: she looks innocent but will speak her mind.
In a behind the scenes video, Kristen Stewart talked about her wearing stuff like the Jean Paul Gaultier corset she pulls off on the Vanity Fair July issue. “Usually it’s hard to wear stuff like this, but in this [shoot] I felt so completely in the clothes. I felt like I knew them” explained the actress. She also added: “If you don’t have a connection to what you’re wearing, it sort of looks like it’s wearing you. I never got that feeling on this”.
But to get back at the Vanity Fair revelations. She confessed she’s not that bothered by the people who’re not fans of her wearing sneakers or not putting that much thought into red carpet photos. Kristen Stewart labeled her critics “voracious, starving shit eaters who want to turn truth into shit”.
“I have been criticized a lot for not looking perfect in every photograph” said the actress, “I get some serious shit about it. I’m not embarrassed about it. I’m proud of it”. For her it matters more to have people saying “She was cool. She had a good time. She was honest” and not fake, trying to take “perfect pictures all the time”.
The Vanity Fair coverage showed us that Kristen Stewart can really pull off fancy, flamboyant dresses if she wanted to. But the truth is we love Kristen Stewart for being rebellious, talking shit and calling the industry’s fakes as they are.