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KStew: I don’t emulate style

Published 04/08/2015

Kristen Stewart
Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart claims she must be “so boring” to fashionistas because she is not into trends at all.

The 25-year-old Still Alice actress has become somewhat of a fashion icon, starring in campaigns for the likes of rag trade royalty like Chanel.

But when she is not gracing red carpets or making an appearances at other high-profile events, Kristen prefers “comfort and practicality” over anything else.

“I wear jeans and—I always say this and it’s so boring to do fashion interviews for magazines … I don’t really have a fashion icon,” she told the September 2015 issue of Elle UK. “I’ve never tried to emulate someone’s thing.”

Kristen previously revealed she normally puts on a few pounds by eating all of her favourite fatty foods when she’s off-duty.

But she isn’t concerned about carrying extra weight, because the star normally sheds pounds soon after she gains them.

“I’m a little bigger than sample size when I’m eating cheeseburgers and am happy and comfortable,” she shared in the June 2015 issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK magazine.

“If I’m stressed or working, the weight falls off. My weight and my sleep are tied to my nervous system. Sometimes I’ll sleep for 12 hours a night and sometimes sleep just doesn’t exist for me for a couple of months.”

Kristen is more concerned with how she smells than looks.

The thespian finds it amazing that scents can transform life,

"I'd never worn a scent before I tried Balenciaga Florabotanica, but like clothes can make you aware of different aspects of yourself so a smell can elevate you," she previously explained. "There's something hot about it - a little heated and slightly more dangerous than the name suggests."

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