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Designer: Kristen Stewart is stunning

Published 26/03/2013

Kristen Stewart
Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart has been praised by the designer of her Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards ensemble for being the perfect model for his creations.

The designer praised the way the actress wore the items from his pre-fall collection at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday.

Kristen stole the spotlight as she rocked the shiny-blue, patterned two-piece - which consisted of a structured top and super-short tailored shorts - on the red carpet.

The man responsible for the Twilight star's unusual look is Osman, a relatively new designer who has already created a distinctive signature for his label.

Osman gushed that Kristen is the ideal model to show off his creations.

"I have always admired her, and always thought she would look amazing in Osman. She has this strength, and I love dressing strong women," he gushed to ELLE. "I think she looks effortlessly cool. No fuss. It’s exactly how I love my clothes to look, and my design aesthetic."

Osman launched his own label in September 2008. His designs stick to a rigid simple shape, cut from the best fabrics. His designs are tailored and architectural and aim to flatter all women. Despite celebrity fans such as Thandie Newton, Mary-Kate Olsen, Charlize Theron and Kate Moss already lining up to wear Osman's creations, the designer says he was star struck to discover Kristen had chosen his collection to wear for the event.

"I woke up on Sunday morning to a Twitter frenzy and pics of Kristen Stewart looking stunning in our pre-fall check," the designer explained. "Such an honour and so humbling."

Kristen follows in the footsteps of superstar Beyoncé Knowles in picking out Osman as her designer of the moment.

The singer wore a jumpsuit by the label to collect her Grammy Award earlier this year.

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