Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 22 July 2014

Kristen Stewart in lace jumpsuit

Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart went for a revealing Zuhair Murad jumpsuit to his Paris Fashion Week showcase yesterday.

The Twilight actress donned the see-through all-in-one number to the Zuhair Murad Paris Fashion Week show.

The strapless jumpsuit by the designer contained a satin corseted top half which gave way to the lacy leg section.

Kristen accessorised with a pair of high black Christian Louboutin shoes that displayed the designer's signature red soles when she posed from behind.

The iconic trendsetter sported a side swept hairstyle with a braided front section to complete her cutting edge look.

Kristen sat on the front row to witness the designer's Fall/Winter 13 couture collection, where she applauded as the models paraded down the runway.

Earlier in the week the 23-year-old attended the highly-anticipated Chanel show in the capital dressed in an equally powerful ensemble.

Kristen chose a monochrome look, pairing black leather shorts with a white tweed double-breasted jacket to sit front row at the French fashion house's showcase.

She added a rocker touch with black leather gloves and chain bracelets and her outfit was completed with a classic black Chanel bag.

The star is often spotted wearing a jumpsuit to high profile events. Her stylist Tara Swennen has described this as being her take on a "girl power" look.

"With Kristen, we went over the sketches via email - and it was unanimous decision that we really liked the jumpsuit," Tara Swennen told Stylecaster.com about her outfit for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala this year. "Kristen went back and forth between the red and the green - and we just decided we loved [the cranberry red]. Her hair is a little bit reddish right now, so we thought it would complement it well."

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