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Kristen Stewart at the London premiere of Twilight Breaking Dawn Part thank-God-the-pantomime-is-over

Young Kristen Stewart was all smiles at the London premiere of Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2 last night, dressed in a sheer and sequined jumpsuit by Lebanese designer Zuhair Murad – paired with Christian Louboutin pumps, for good measure. It was, …

Thu, Nov 15, 2012, 07:30

   

Young Kristen Stewart was all smiles at the London premiere of Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2 last night, dressed in a sheer and sequined jumpsuit by Lebanese designer Zuhair Murad – paired with Christian Louboutin pumps, for good measure. It was, for me, K-Stew’s Halle-Berry-at-the-Oscars moment, all sexy sheer panels and strategically placed embroidery.

The rear view was even more exciting – and I love how K-Stew is leaning ever-so-slightly over her heel, as if she still just can’t get used to wearing skyscraper heels to events.

I’ll admit two things here: I am a huge Kristen fan (team Kristen!), but I am not a huge fan of this outfit. That all said, I think her make-up is spot on, and I love her hair – anything more “done” and it all would have been too much. I mean, more “too much” than it already was, which was: too much.

Thoughts?

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