'Breaking Dawn 2': Kristen Stewart Is a Sheer Delight (Again) in a Revealing Black Lace Bodysuit
Just like her human-turned-vampire character, the actress has grown stronger and more confident on the red carpet.
First, nude chiffon. Then black lace? What is Kristen Stewart trying to tell us?
At the Los Angeles premiere of Twilight: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2 this week, Stewart wore a very daring nude chiffon gown with a sheer bodice and a sheer paneled skirt designed by Zuhair Murad.
It was a difficult outfit to top, but she managed to do just that Wednesday night in London.
At the U.K. premiere of the final Twilight film, Stewart wore yet another revealing Zuhair Murad creation: a sheer black lace beaded and backless bodysuit.
Murad has created some of Jennifer Lopez’s most daring tour costumes as well as dressing Modern Family's Colombian sexpot Sofia Vergara. He's pretty much the go-to guy for actresses who want to stir up some red carpet controversy.
But even wearing two such revealing ensembles, there isn’t even a hint of a wardrobe malfunction in either one. This indicates that Stewart and her stylist Tara Swennen must have gone over every inch – and every angle -- of these creations with an eagle eye.
Miraculously, there were no nip slips despite the fact that she was definitely not wearing a bra with either outfit.
So what does this second salacious skin show mean? It means there will no more apologies coming from Ms. Stewart over that so-called indiscretion with her older, married Snow White & the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders.
She has, in effect, embraced her inner bad girl, and her Twilight fans certainly seem to like her powerful and confident new look. Heck, she’s even talked to The Hollywood Reporter about reprising her role in the Snow White sequel following initial post-scandal reports of her having been dropped from the project.
But despite looking seriously sexy on the carpet, Stewart changed out of her hot-to-trot outfits immediately after both premieres. She hit the afterparty in L.A. wearing jeans, sneakers and a T-shirt. And in London, she left the theater after changing into baggy jeans, yellow tennies, a white T and a brown zippered jacket.
So she’s still our down-to-earth rebellious, take-no-prisoners KStew. She’s just learned to play the Hollywood red carpet game far better than any actress we can think of.