In between Venice and the tour, Stewart had two other headline-grabbing outfits, both Chanel of course. The first was at the Met Gala, where the actress chose a pink sequin ruffle blouse, white wide leg pants and a pageant princess-esque ‘do to fit the theme of ‘In America: A Lexicon of Fashion’. Weeks later, she attended the SS22 show in Paris wearing a pastel pink checked two-piece, lace bodysuit and calf-high white socks from the Resort 22 collection. This specific collection embodies Stewart’s style perfectly and was filled with classic tailoring paired with a punk rock edge. Equal parts elegant and edgy, it’s deviously divine and totally K-Stew.
After Fashion Month ended, Stewart crossed the channel and arrived in London in time for the UK premiere of Spencer. What makes Stewart so enigmatic is her ability to wear outrageously glamorous ensembles and still make it hardcore. This event was a prime example. If Penélope Cruz or Margot Robbie (two other Chanel girls) were to wear the same powder blue, bedazzled strapless gown, it would be a completely different story. With her artsy arm tattoos and endearing awkward charm, Stewart served sequins with an attitude only she could pull off.
Most recently, Stewart was spotted Stateside at the Los Angeles premiere of the movie. In her most regal choice of the tour yet, Stewart donned a layered tulle voluminous skirt with silk bow which screamed Queen Victoria at a sleepover. Pairing this with a barely-there bandeau, Stewart bared her midriff to serve the K-Stew-cool we all know and love.
While Princess Diana may not have worn styles such as these herself, there’s certainly something similar in her approach to royal dressing and Stewart’s red carpet revelations. Two style icons from different eras live harmoniously in the ultra-chic and eternally unifying Chanel.