Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 26 October 2014

Stewart's topless Balenciaga campaign

Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart pulls a sultry pose for in her new campaign for Balenciaga's Rosabotanica fragrance.

The 23-year-old actress is the face of the brand's perfumes and is seen in the advertisement for its new fragrance Rosabotanica.

Pulling a sultry look as she gazes into the camera, Kristen can be seen holding the perfume bottle close to her cheek. While she is in black and white, the product packaging and flowers that cover her shoulder are left in colour to give the overall picture a more dramatic feel.

This is the second perfume she has been the face for since joining Balenciaga in 2012.

Last year Kristen appeared in the campaign for the label's Florabotanica perfume, which also featured her in black and white and bright flowers.

The brunette beauty previously spoke about how she was drawn in by the Florabotanica scent and how it changed her outlook on wearing perfume.

"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 explained. "There's something hot about it - a little heated and slightly more dangerous than the name suggests."

As well as Balenciaga, Kristen is now also the new face of French fashion house Chanel.

It was recently confirmed the star will appear in the brand's pre-fall 2014 campaign and will be shot by creative director Karl Lagerfeld.

Kristen has made her love of fashion no secret and has often spoken about what her favourite labels are.

"I'm a huge fan of the fashion world now that I've been allowed to be a part of it, even if oftentimes I don't even know what I'm wearing," she previously said. "But whenever I put on anything by Balenciaga I'm like, 'Oh, that looks like Balenciaga!' You can see it, you can pick it out of a rack."

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