|Alice Dellal, Karl Lagerfeld, Kristen Stewart and Vanessa Paradis|
There may have been a Kardashian or two in the house, but Kristen Stewart stole the show.
Chanel announced Kristen Stewart along with British model Alice Dellal and French actress Vanessa Paradis will be the faces of the new Chanel Spring-Fall handbag ad campaign. All three ladies are lauded to be the muses of Chanel's house of haute couture artistic director and legendary fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld.
This will be Stewart's second campaign for the brand when she was the face of Largerfeld's Metier d'art Paris Dallas collection last year.
Stewart attended the Chanel show during the Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week on Tuesday with a front row view where she watched the latest creations of Lagerfeld.
Stewart has been on a holiday from acting since she finished filming 'Equals' with Nicholas Hoult in the fall. However, she has continued her promotional duties with several films being released this year beginning with 'Still Alice'.
In a recent interview with Yahoo Movies, Stewart said she loved the Marvel films and would be interested in doing one if the project was right for her.
Who knows what is next for Stewart, however anything is possible.
See photos of Stewart at the Chanel event below and more here.
ALICE DELLAL, KRISTEN STEWART & VANESSA PARADIS, FACES OF THE NEW HANDBAG CAMPAIGN For Spring-Summer 2015, Chanel honours two of its emblematic handbags: the classic handbag named the 11.12 by Karl Lagerfeld with its iconic double C lock and the Boy Chanel, as well as unveiling the Girl handbag, Karl Lagerfeld’s latest creation.
In front of his camera Karl Lagerfeld unites three women, each one with their own individual style, and who today represent the image of Chanel. Kristen Stewart becomes the face of the 11.12 handbag while Alice Dellal continues her story with the Boy Chanel, and Vanessa Paradis embodies the new Girl handbag.
|Lagerfeld and Stewart|
|Stewart with Frenh model Gaspard Ulliel|
|Lagerfeld, Stewart, Paradis|
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