Fame10 Fashion Evolution: Kristen Stewart
When it comes to fashion, Kristen Stewart doesn’t seem like the type to really care that much. She isn’t one of those girly girls who is really into clothes, makeup and hair – she would rather be comfortable. She’s been famous for a pretty long time now. We have, in a sense, watched her grow up. She went from being a complete tomboy to somewhat of a bombshell. We know that she will never be one of those women who lives for fashion, but it is still fun to see what she wears on the red carpet. Here is Stewart’s fashion evolution!
Premiere of Zathura – 2005
Kristen Stewart showed up at the premiere of “Zathura” dressed like a teenager, which is fair cause she was one at the time. She wore a pair of light blue jeans, a tank top, a blazer and a pair of converse sneakers. Her hair doesn’t look like it was styled (or washed) and she wore minimal makeup. It was clear from a young age that she wasn’t interested in being one of those actresses who goes all out on the red carpet.
The film that she was promoting, “Zathura,” a science fiction adventure film, received mostly positive reviews from critics even though its plot was really similar to that of “Jumanji.” It ended up flopping at the box office though, probably because it opened around the same time as “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.” Unfortunately, it wasn’t able to earn back its budget. Stewart’s performance didn’t garner much attention; however, one critic over at Slant magazine did mention that she had shed her tomboyishness from “Panic Room.”
Premiere of Into the Wild – 2007
The young actress stepped it up a notch at the premiere of “Into the Wild.” It looks like she was trying to look more sophisticated, so she borrowed one of her mother’s dresses. This beige dress is definitely more mature; however, it isn’t age appropriate. We will give her some credit where credit is due – she didn’t come dressed in jeans and a tank, so this is a bit of a step up.
The movie, “Into the Wild,” received critical acclaim; however, Kristen Stewart’s performance received mixed reviewer from critics. Salon.com praised her portrayal of the teenager singer Tracy, calling it a “sturdy, sensitive performance.” The Chicago Tribune was also impressed with her, noting that she did “vividly well with a sketch of a role.” Variety’s critic Dennis Harvey wasn’t as nice. “It’s unclear whether Stewart means to be playing hippie-chick Tracy as vapid, or whether it just comes off that way,” he wrote.