Perhaps one of the weirdest “fan” encounters yet …
First of all, Weinstein gleefully confessed that he’d platonically whored out “Twilight” star Kristen Stewart for charity funds. Apparently the “Prince of an Arabian country” was offering to pay top dollar for a fifteen minute chat with the chronically awkward actress.
Weinstein called Stewart and filled her in on the situation. “She said ‘How much?’ My kind of girl,” he quipped. The mogul and the prince were eventually able to agree to a $500 000 donation. In cash. The prince, Stewart and a number of body guards enjoyed a lovely fifteen minutes together during the concert.
The concert mentioned is the 12-12-12 Sandy Relief Benefit Concert held last December. Here are pictures of Kristen presenting at the benefit.
Source: Huffington Post
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In a world filled with online bullies and worst-dressed lists, it can be daunting to break the mold when you’re in the spotlight. That is, unless you’ve got a trusted friend by your side behind the scenes. Kristen Stewart, Young Hollywood’s crown jewel, is anything but play-it-safe when it comes to her beauty looks — and that’s in large part thanks to makeup artist turned close friend Beau Nelson. “Kristen has a rebellious spirit. She doesn’t want to look like everyone else — she wants to do it better,” he says of his longtime client.
“I know when I work with [Beau] that he’s excited to show people something they’ve never seen before,” Kristen tells Teen Vogue. “It’s not a job to him. It really is his art.” When the pair do venture into more conventional Old Hollywood beauty territory, it’s always with a clever twist. At this year’s Cannes Film Festival, Kristen rocked electric-red lips paired with a dewy taupe shimmer on her eyes. And Beau made sure to showcase her favorite feature: “Kristen loves her freckles,” he says. “I taught her how to apply foundation with a damp sponge so it won’t cover them up.”
Now in their fourth year of working together, the duo seems to have the most fun when the makeup comes off. “One time we stayed out all night singing karaoke,” Beau says with a laugh. “I feel like she’s a little sister to me.”
Far from the public eye, the starlet taught him the most important beauty lesson of all: “I’ve learned from her that as much as we play with makeup, she’s the most beautiful naturally,” Beau says. “She knows who she is. I respect and love that about her.”
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Kristen Stewart at Hashi Izakaya & Japanese Kitchen! Hollywood glamour at Hashi
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Kristen Stewart might be best known for her role as Bella in the Twilight series, but her vitae speaks to her many acting accomplishments. She’s been Joan Jett and Marylou, but, to designer Nicolas Ghesquière, she is also the quintessential Balenciaga girl. Recently tapped to be the face of the Florabotanica Balenciaga fragrance, Stewart has gotten to spend time with one of her favorite brands and designers, and has worked hard to understand the essence of the Balenciaga name. She is nothing if not a thoughtful and intelligent young woman – a fact that becomes radiantly clear in this interview.
When asked what she identified with most in Balenciaga, Stewart responded, “Honestly it is evocative. It makes you think. It always strikes a perfect balance between elegance and modernity or represents a stark version of either – which I love. The brand, because of its sense of very unexpected creativity, manages to really lead the way while remaining very true to its artistic initiative. I love the fact that wearing Balenciaga makes you feel unique.” For fans of the brand, it’s clear to see that she nails its ethos.
Beyond understanding Balenciaga, Stewart understands how she fits into the framework; “I recognize myself when I wear it, which is important,” she shares. The Florabotanica fragrance, which she describes as “refined yet assertive”, embodies the youthful exuberance of Stewart herself. “The fragrance is everything I like,” she describes, “it is natural, feminine, and original – three things I value very much.” For Stewart, working with a brand she admires and a fragrance she loves is an “honor”, and so is it to work with Nicolas Ghesquière. “Nicolas has a creative energy that is undeniably magnetic and very igniting, utterly contagious and inspiring. Being around Nicolas in his element is one of my most valued experiences. He is such a sweet person, so professional, and one of my all-time favorite artists. It was a very nice experience.”
Source: Savior Flair