The red carpet has been a distant memory throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. But there looked to be Hollywood hope on Tuesday, as Kristen Stewart l
The red carpet has been a distant memory throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
But there looked to be Hollywood hope on Tuesday, as Kristen Stewart led her co-stars in the Happiest Season in hitting the red carpet for the movie premiere, which was a drive-through event held at LA‘s The Grove.
The Twilight actress, 30, showed off her lithe legs in a chic black mini while sporting a complementary black face mask as she was joined by glam Alison Brie, director and star Clea DuVall, Mary Holland and Aubrey Plaza at the launch.
Happy days! Alison Brie, Clea DuVall, Kristen Stewart, Mary Holland and Aubrey Plaza (left-right) attended the Happiest Season drive-through premiere at LA’s The Grove on Tuesday
The eagerly-anticipated movie is set for US release on 26 November and follows Abby, played by Kristen, who plans to propose to her girlfriend Harper, played by Mackenzie Davis, while attending her family’s annual holiday party.
When they arrive at Harper’s family home, Abby soon realises Harper hasn’t come out to her conservative parents yet and has to pretend to be her ‘orphan friend’.
As the ladies graced the red carpet, the were sure to make a comeback in style, with Kristen at the helm in her sizzling mini which featured bell sleeves.
She styled her spunky, bleached hair into a gelled style while opting for a smouldering smokey eye, give her peepers were all that was on display.
Glam: The red carpet has been a distant memory throughout the COVID-19 pandemic yet the ladies were bringing some hope on Tuesday
Wow! Alison Brie, Sarayu Ra, Burl Moseley, Clea DuVall, Kristen Stewart, Mary Holland, Aubrey Plaza, BenDeLaCreme and Jinkx Monsoon (left-right) lit-up the floor
Taking the stage: During a later Q&A, Kristen transformed into a wholly more pared-back look as she donned a stylish khaki bomber and ripped jeans
During a later Q&A, Kristen transformed into a wholly more pared-back look as she donned a stylish khaki bomber and ripped jeans.
Aubrey was also opting for a leggy display in a white mini dress, which flaunted her endless pins, and a pair of dazzling strappy sandals.
Alison, 37, went for a more relaxed style as she donned ripped jeans and a chic oevrsized blazer while neatly pulling her hair off her pretty face.
Clea, who wrote, directed and stars as Georgia in the movie, donned a stylish all-black ensemble with tight trousers and a blazer.
Kristen recently spoke to Clea about life in lockdown, as she said she felt ‘better’ while quarantining at home amid the coronavirus pandemic if she got dressed up to go out and particularly enjoyed wearing ‘matching’ garments.
Stunner: Alison, 37, went for a more relaxed style as she donned ripped jeans and a chic oevrsized blazer while neatly pulling her hair off her pretty face
At work: Director Clea DuVall with Kristen and her co-star Mackenzie Davis in Happiest Season
She said: ‘Usually, I’m a really uniform-based person. For certain weeks, I was getting dressed every morning as if I had somewhere to go. It made me feel better.
‘There was a period of time when I only wanted to wear s*** that was matching. I have a leopard-print suit thing that is really fun to wear around the house. So, we wore suits and sets. And then these silky, robe-y things.
‘My dad used to wear a robe around the house, and it was very floofy. I am small, so if I wear a puffy robe, it just looks so lame. The reason I didn’t like robes is that I felt silly and dinky, and I don’t like feeling silly and dinky…
Taking the stage: The ladies socially distanced on the stage
‘Basically, I’ve been stepping outside of wearing jeans and T-shirts. Within the confines of my own home, of course.’
The actress is one of the faces of Chanel and though she’s got a lot of clothes from the fashion house, she admitted she isn’t “daring” enough to wear a lot of them.
Kristen went on: ‘I have all my Chanel s*** together. Sometimes I just walk by it. My little black jacket is sitting there. I have a couple of bags that are really classic…
‘But then I have so many things that a more daring, cooler person would wear. Maybe if I have kids, they’ll be like, ‘Why aren’t you wearing this incredible thing?’ Maybe someone will step in and utilise my wardrobe.’