You need to see the tiny jumpsuit Kristen Stewart wore to promote her Princess Diana biopic

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Photo credit: Neon
Photo credit: Neon

Yesterday morning (3 September 2021), Kristen Stewart arrived at Venice Film Festival to promote Spencer, Pablo Larrain's biopic about Princess Diana, in which she plays the lead role. The film has already received rave reviews, with many dubbing it the performance of Kristen's lifetime. And her outfit choice for the festival, where Spencer premiered, certainly didn't disappoint either.

As well as debuting her new strawberry blonde locks, Kristen wore multiple outfits to the festival. First, she arrived at the photo-call wearing the teeniest jumpsuit we've ever seen. And not just any jumpsuit. The ensemble consisted of a classic Chanel tweed suit-jacket, paired with – what can only be described as – hot pants. The avid fashion fans among you may recognise the look from Chanel's legendary once-a-year Métiers D'Art show, which took place back in December 2020.

K-Stew accessorised the look with a pair of classic black pumps with a pearl-adorned heel, and, according to Vogue, a Coco Crush gold ring.

Photo credit: Mondadori Portfolio - Getty Images
Photo credit: Mondadori Portfolio - Getty Images
Photo credit: Vittorio Zunino Celotto - Getty Images
Photo credit: Vittorio Zunino Celotto - Getty Images

For the red carpet, Kristen swapped the teensy jumpsuit for a pastel, mint-green vest, paired with matching cropped trousers from Chanel's latest Fall Haute Couture collection. She teamed the lingerie-inspired look with (what looks like) white leather Christian Louboutins, and a Chanel choker.

Photo credit: Franco Origlia - Getty Images
Photo credit: Franco Origlia - Getty Images

Next up, Kristen attended the Chanel dinner at Venice film festival wearing – you guessed it – head-to-toe Chanel. She wore white trousers fastened with a gold button, engraved with the classic interlocking Cs, and a Chanel tweed jacket, adorned with stars, bedazzled Chanel No.5 perfume brooches, and the number five, likely a reference to Coco Chanel's lucky number and, of course, the brand's legendary perfume.

Okay, now we're even more excited to see Kristen play Princess Diana.

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