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Friday 22 August 2014

Stewart, Fanning at Chanel show

Kristen Stewart attended the Chanels Metiers d'Art fashion show

Kristen Stewart caught up with her Twilight co-star Dakota Fanning at a Chanel fashion show.

The actresses - who became friends when they shared the screen in the vampire movies and also worked together on indie film The Runaways - were spotted hanging out together at the Metiers d'Art event, reported E! News.

Kristen, 23, showed off her figure in a pale crop top which she teamed with orange trousers. Dakota, 19, was wearing a black and peach dress and had her hair in an elegant up-do.

The show was inspired by vintage Americana and some of the guests, including Kristen and Dakota, watched while seated in classic cars.

Other stars in Dallas to see Karl Lagerfeld's collection included Alexa Chung and Poppy Delevingne.

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