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Kristen Stewart's Chanel Campaign Includes Cornrows, Cowboy Boots

The actress goes for a rodeo-inspired look in Karl Lagerfeld's latest ad.
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Nearly three months after Kristen Stewart was announced as the new face of Chanel at Karl Lagerfeld's Paris-Dallas show, images of the Twilight actress' campaign were leaked online Tuesday morning.

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In the all-American-inspired ads, Stewart is seen posing in feathered sleeves with a metallic top for one look, while wearing an American-flag-inspired outfit (a gown covered in stars with a red-and-white feathered jacket) in another. As usual, the actress gives off a moody vibe with her dead-serious face, all while rocking cornrows.

Photos of Stewart's Chanel campaign first appeared on Instagram, but the images have since been deleted. The campaign officially rolls out this May.

Stewart -- who's stylist Tara Swennen ranks at No. 20 on The Hollywood Reporter's 25 Most Powerful Stylists this year -- was first styled in a Chanel frock when she stepped out onto her first red carpet at the 2007 Toronto Film Festival. Looks like things have come full circle, indeed.