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For me, the most attractive thing in a person is drive – genuine impulse expressed for the sake of it, not for the sake of it, not for perception. I think that’s hot. Whenever I see someone doing something and it looks like they just couldn’t not do it and they just need to get it out. They need to create. It’s a compulsion, and I share that. These people are cool and mysterious, a little dark and a little elegant. That drive comes from somewhere. It comes from desire, it comes from curiosity, and you can’t fake it.

It’s indescribable. It’s just a burn. You can sense it pretty instantly, this innate curiosity, because not everyone has it. That’s what I’m fucking attracted to. If you meet someone who fuels you, or say you’re in a room and someone walks in and they’ve got that vibration, people want it. The vibrating person is always the most attractive.

That attraction is fucking magnetic. You feel yourself wanting something from someone and you’re like, Wow, I don’t even know you but I want something from you. I feel you can give something. It’s not a selfish thing, it’s happening with you and it’s mutual. And it’s almost always instantaneous. It’s not hard for me to figure out who I like or who my friends are. I trust my energy meter, but I’m also not afraid to let people in who might hurt me.

I do not approach my life tactfully at all. I’m incredibly impulsive, and I am definitely an intense weirdo. I love living and I love people. They trip me out and I want to know more about them all the time. That isn’t something I can turn on and off.

I personalise absolutely everything, and most people I like to be around are the same way. You definitely have to be somewhat of a self-involved person to create anything. Most creative people are pretty aware they are a little self-obsessed, but in order to fucking have faith in yourself and make confident work, you have to be a little crazy and believe in yourself enough to just do it.

When I choose a character it’s the same burning impulse, almost a sociopathic urge. This feeling of, Oh my God why do I feel this way? Who do I feel like I could die for this? It has to be feel very high-stakes, like, If I don’t commit to this and if I’m not fully there for this person, then I could have the capability of deleting them. Playing a character is a huge responsibility to a group of people who are putting their hearts and souls and blood into something. And ultimately it’s doing someone, somewhere justice.

That pressure drives me, and I’m a bit of an extremist. Films sometimes only shoot for 20 days, and I have the stamina to fully allow myself to become absolutely obsesses with something for that amount of time. I can take it. I can really beat myself up and I like feeling completely out of control. I love the idea of it – just feeling subject to something, like this world exists separate from me. I love putting myself through hell and really experiencing that pain. That’s when I feel the most fulfilled, when at the end I feel like I’ve just slaughtered myself. And it’s so worth it. It’s like lightening in a bottle. If you don’t catch that one second then it’s gone. The weird thing is when it ends, it’s this very surreal dropped-on-your-ass-in-a-different-world feeling. It’s over, it’s completely over.

But every girl I’ve played is still very much in me. Yes, obviously there is a separation. We are not these people who we portray. At the same time, every role represents a stage of my life that I feel personally connected to. Oddly my character’s memories are my own.


On her type: “For me, the most attractive thing in a person is drive – genuine, impulse expressed for the sake of it, not for perception. I think that’s hot.”

On who she’s attracted to: “It’s not hard for me to figure out who I like or who my friends are. I trust my energy meter, but I’m also not afraid to let me people in who might hurt me.”

On taking on a difficult role: “I love putting myself through hell and really experiencing that pain. That’s when I feel the most fulfilled, when at the end I feel like I’ve slaughtered myself. And it’s so worth it.”

Kristen Stewart was photographed by Karl Lagerfeld for our upcoming issue, so Carine became acquainted with the shy actress for the first time. “If she does not know you, sometimes she is very insecure. It is strange, but sometimes you are very beautiful and very insecure. We all dream to be actresses—we all want to be Nicole Kidman and Angelina Jolie, but are they more happy than us? I’m not sure. It is difficult to be an actress, because when you are an actress, you can’t age. In fashion it is not easy, either, but usually I am not in front of the camera, I am behind, so it is easier for me. I think every beauty needs something weird—a little error or it’s not beautiful.”

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Kristen is on the cover of Interview Magazine with this super cool new Photoshoot and new interview. The interview was done by Patti Smith

Photoshoots – 2015 – Interview Magazine

Even in close-up, with her eyes the color of Caribbean shallows filling the screen, Kristen Stewart seems to be hiding—or at least trying to. There is a discomfort, often verging on terror, that troubles her lips and pinches her brow, as if she’s been shot up with truth serum and knows she’ll be incapable of hiding her deepest secrets. She seems to recoil from our attention, squirming to shadow something, anything, of herself. This surface tension was the focal point of the five-picture Twilight series, hinging as it did on Stewart’s Bella Swan and her anaerobic inferno of teen love for a vampire, and it has made Stewart the sort of Hollywood poster child for cool, adolescent angst. In films as far afield as Greg Mottola’s comic Adventureland (2009), Sean Penn’s searching and epic Into the Wild (2007), Doug Liman’s silly sci-fi Jumper (2008), all the way up to last year’s heartbreaking Still Alice, Stewart has shown she can play that angst with wry humor, rich feeling, sweetness, silliness, and everything in between.

From her first roles, made before she was a teenager (The Safety of Objects, Panic Room, and Cold Creek Manor), the actress has seemed to be a natural, born to it, as in fact she was. Stewart, now 24, grew up in L.A.—grew up on the film sets where her parents work behind the camera in Hollywood. In her best roles, Stewart has made her candor, the nakedness that she would like to cover up, something more, something gracious even; she seems to have found a way to make her own self-possession heroic. As Joan Jett in The Runaways (2010), the translation from chill movie star to chill rock star is seamless and expectedly wonderful. But even in the Goya-does-Grimm-fairy-tale world of Snow White and the Huntsman, Stewart’s surly and sweet Snow White is spot on. And playing the live-wire Beat Marylou in Walter Salles’s adaptation of Kerouac’s On the Road (2012), Stewart’s cool becomes almost tangible, a magical dust she scatters around her—enchanting, mercurial, luminous.

You can read the FULL interview by clicking HERE

– Via – Source

Here is a first look at Kristen in Wonderland Magazine – she is on the front cover of the current issue, out now.

here are some HQ photos from the shoot

Photoshoots – 2015 – Wonderland

Kristen Stewart has issued a rallying cry to her fellow female stars, telling them not to be afraid to come out as a feminist.
The former Twilight actress made her comments as she looked smoking hot puffing away on a cigarette in a series of stylised pictures for Wonderland magazine.

‘It’s silly to play the devil’s advocate when having a conversation about female roles in Hollywood, because then you’re doing this “reverse feminism” thing that has become weirdly trendy recently,’ explained the 24-year-old.

“I feel like some girls around my age are less inclined to say, ‘Of course I’m a feminist, and of course I believe in equal rights for men and women’, because there are implications that go along with the word feminist that they feel are too in-your-face or aggressive.”

‘A lot of girls nowadays are like, “Eww, I’m not like that”. They don’t get that there’s no one particular way you have to be in order to stand for all of the things feminism stands for.’ Away from her fight for equality, KStew has been plugging away at scriptwriting.
‘I wrote a sick short film that I’m really proud of. It’s more abstract rather than super-narrative,’ she revealed. ‘It’s like a poem; it’s about water.’

Plus some scans of the interview, and other pics from the magazine

Interview –

Other photos –

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– Scans – Source

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Here are a couple of interviews that Kristen did earlier today while attending the CHANEL Haute Couture Fashion show this morning

via WWD – Kristen Stewart has been watching her “Still Alice” co-star Julianne Moore sweep up a raft of awards for her performance as an Alzheimer’s sufferer, but she won’t be there to cheer her on at the Oscars.

“I will be supporting from afar. I will be watching TV, trying not to scream when I know that Julianne wins. I’m sure she will,” Stewart said at the Chanel haute couture show in Paris on Tuesday.

Last time she attended the show in July, Stewart had just chopped off her hair. Since then, the “Twilight” star has been channeling Coco Chanel by alternating red-carpet glam with items borrowed from men’s wear, with a fondness for black trouser suits.

“I think it definitely shaped what I was gravitating towards. I always like to balance a more feminine look with something that makes me feel sort of stronger, and I think having shorter hair is very raw. I feel like there’s nothing to hide behind, and so I have been a little bit more apt to wear some more stark things, like a suit, and not have to worry about needing to put the heels on necessarily,” she explained.

The actress confirmed that she is taking a break from work after a busy 2014. “I don’t have anything lined up yet. I’m definitely waiting for that thing to come along that I can jump back into work with a vengeance, and until I find that, I’m not going to do that,” she said.

via Vogue Brazil – Chanel’s Muse for the past few seasons, Kristen Stewart is always sure to be present at the maison’s Fashion Show’s. During the couture 2015 Summer show, which happened on the January 27th, it wasn’t different: wearing a white dress with black details, she stole the attention in the front row of the show.

She spoke exclusively to our columnist, Bruno Astuto, about Karl Legerfeld’s newest collection, a collection that was young and irreverent (with beanies that are sure to become a trend). “It’s exactly what I’m used to wear every day, but way more perfectly made,” she said. And what did she think of the cropped tops and low waist skirts? “I loved that the bellies are being shown. Why not? And it also has that street style that everyone’s wearing nowadays.”

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Here is Kristen’s interview on Live! with Kelly and Michael which aired today. The interview was actually pre-taped in New York last week, as she is now in Paris for Fashion Week.

OR you can watch on DailymotionPart 1 and Part 2

Kristen also shared 2 photos of her dog, Cole on the show

Here is Kristen’s interview on Late Night with Seth Meyers last night (January 15th)

or, you can watch on Dailymotion here

And some stills of Kristen on the show

Events & Appearances – 2015 – January 15th – Appearing on Late Night with Seth Meyers

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Here is Kristen’s interview on The Today Show in New York this morning (January 15th)

Plus an adorable video of Kristen playing with the puppy, Wrangler before her interview

Events & Appearances – 2015 – January 15th – Appearing on “The Today Show”, New York

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