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Rebel Wilson shares Cate Blanchett's super stylist

Published 26/10/2015

Rebel Wilson
Rebel Wilson

Actress Rebel Wilson finds working with high-end stylist Elizabeth Stewart very cool.

Pitch Perfect star Rebel Wilson shares a stylist with all the glamorous women in Hollywood.

The Australian actress is known for her funny personality, both on and off the screen. However, fashion is no joke to Rebel and as a big name in Hollywood, she's often required to walk the red carpet for events and premieres. Luckily she has her wardrobe choices covered thanks to stylist Elizabeth Stewart.

"She's so good," Rebel gushed to People. "She does Cate Blanchett, Julia Roberts and Jessica Chastain. All the 'glamours'. And I wouldn't consider myself in that category. I thought when you meet with someone like that they're just going to look at you and be like, 'Oh, we can't really do much with her.' But Elizabeth is the nicest, most creative person. It's been really cool to have such a high-end stylist to class up my image."

Some of Rebel's recent fashion hits include a black and red dress she wore to the Pitch Perfect 2 reunion, complete with bouffant '60s hair and cat-eye make-up.

Her sense of style has also spilled over into real life, with Rebel creating her very own clothing line with Torrid. The 35-year-old admits that most people often confuse her with onscreen alter ego Fat Amy from the Pitch Perfect movies, but Rebel hopes her clothing line will prove how different they are.

"People see me in movies and think that I'm like Fat Amy, but I'm not," she pointed out. "At my very first design meeting with Torrid I brought vision boards. I love rap and hip-hop, so I have this urban street side. And then I have this preppy element because of the all-girls private high school I went to in Australia. I think that's why the collection seems so original, because it's this mismatch of urban and preppy, and sometimes a little pretty. Then badass Rebel at other times."

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