Kristen Stewart dodges wardrobe malfunction as she goes braless in unbuttoned blazer at 'Seberg' premiere
The 29-year-old actress, who plays actress Jean Seberg in the film, almost exposed herself as she leaned forward while posing for photos on the red carpet at the 63rd BFI London Film Festival on Friday
Kristen Stewart turned heads in a daring outfit as she attended the premiere of her new film 'Seberg' at the 63rd BFI London Film Festival on Friday, October 4.
The 29-year-old actress, who plays the lead role of actress Jean Seberg in the film, wore a deep maroon top along with matching oversized culottes on the red carpet. Baring her midriff, the unbuttoned scarlet blazer embellished with white buttons accentuated her petite frame. Risking a wardrobe malfunction, she almost exposed her cleavage as she bent over to smile and pose for pictures.
Kristen added drama to her look with gothic plum shadow, liner and blood-red lips. The event was held at BFI Southbank in London where the actress was accompanied by director Benedict Andrews.
The actress also attended the premiere of 'Seberg' at the Zurich Film Festival 2019. She bagged an award of GoldenEye and received much appreciation for her performance in the film 'Underwater' in which her character struggles to survive in an underwater laboratory.
The actress also attended Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) for the premiere of the film where she spoke about her former flame Robert Pattinson's new Batman project.
Recently, Kristen also attended the Deauville American Film Festival in France where she was the recipient of the Talent Award. Paying tribute to the actress while handing over the award, French director Olivier Assayas said, "She never made a conventional choice, she never tried to achieve anything else but preserve her independence, in her life, in her acts, and in her art."
Kristen's new film 'Seberg' follows the life of 'Breathless' star Jean Seberg (Stewart) when she was targeted by the FBI in the 1960s due to her support for the Black Panther Party and her political and romantic involvement with civil rights activist Hakim Jamal. She led a difficult life off-screen and allegedly committed suicide in 1979.
The movie premieres on December 13.