Kristen Stewart geared up to promote her new film Happiest Season in what we’ll call the best celebrity WFH press look we’ve seen so far. The actress, who stars alongside Mackenzie Davis and Schitt’s Creek‘s Dan Levy in the new Hulu movie, worked with her stylist Tara Swennen on a colorful, laidback look that she put on for an appearance with Levy on the Today Show.
As you probably know, lounge sets are having a moment as most of us (apparently actors too!) are moving from the bed or couch to a desk for a Zoom call, all within 30 minutes. Celebrities, they’re just like us. Swennen and Stewart were sure to give this look a sportier touch with the addition of Nike Cortez sneakers and an open button-down shirt from COS that reveals Kristen’s ribbed cashmere bra, also from COS.
A pair of cerulean slacks from St. John broke up the relaxed basics, and Stewart added a chainlink choker necklace with a lock pendant, opting for a few silver rings and a wet hair look.
While the finishes may not be as edgy as we’re used to seeing Stewark pull off on the red carpet – i.e. studded pumps, sheer panels, and a fistful of chunky jewelry – they help her appear like the homebody version of herself, and that’s really all we expect right now. Scroll down to see K-Stew’s outfit in action and shop for similar knit bralettes, along with the exact pieces that comprise her outfit.
The Mean Girls Cast Reunited to Re-create That Iconic Phone Call Scene, and It’s So Fetch
It’s a North Shore High School reunion, everyone! On Oct. 3 (yes, the famous day when Aaron Samuels talked to Cady Heron), the cast of Mean Girls had a virtual meetup with Katie Couric to talk about the iconic movie and encourage fans to vote in partnership with HeadCount and #GoodToVote. Tina Fey, Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert, and more chatted about their favorite memories, what it felt like to be cast, and what people still remember about the film today.
We learned a few behind-the-scenes fun facts during the reunion to keep in mind for our next trivia night. For example, did you know Lohan originally auditioned for Regina George? Or that Chabert’s favorite line is, “I don’t think my dad, the inventor of Toaster Strudel, would be too pleased to hear about this?” I hope Chabert keeps a stock of the Mean Girls-themed pastries in her pantry at home.
Rachel McAdams missed the massive Zoom call, but still found time to reminisce with Couric separately about the experience from nearly 17 years ago. A few days later, Lohan shared a video with all the Plastics (McAdams included) as they recreated that iconic phone call scene.
We can’t believe it’s been so many years since the movie first came out, but after a Broadway re-creation and another movie in the works, we’re excited to see where the Plastics go next. Watch the fun videos ahead.