She's one of the hottest stars on the planet, and Kristen Stewart showed off her glamorous side for the September 2011 issue of W magazine.
The "Twilight" beauty looked simply stunning as she posed for a spread shot by famed photographers Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott while chatting with the publication about topics such as her early career efforts and tomboy qualities.
Highlights from Miss Stewart's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to visit W magazine!
On her early career efforts:
I did two commercials, one for Porsche, but I was definitely not the type of child one would cast in a commercial or any TV that you’d typically go out for as a young kid. I wasn’t the type of kid who would be in stuff that kids watch. I wasn’t cutesy.
On her tomboy qualities:
I have brothers, and that so-called boyish quality was something that I was deathly self-conscious about when I was younger. I was, like, No, I’m a girl. Actually, I’m still embarrassed to say that.
On whether or not she had any interest in vampires before "Twilight":
I fucking love me a vampire [Laughs]. I was 17 when I read Twilight, and at the time it was so perfect for me. The script was about young kids who think they can handle stuff that they just can’t. And they’re going to do it anyway. Because, why not? Just torture yourself. I relate to that. Vampires are a little dangerous—and we girls like to test ourselves.
On the much-talked-about "Breaking Dawn" wedding scene:
Awesome. This was my first wedding. It was insane. And odd. The wedding dress experience was a huge deal. I tried on one version of the dress, and it was like tweak and tweak and alter and tweak and change, and then it’s done. BFD dress. Huge deal.
On whether or not she enjoys watching herself in action:
It’s not like I sit around watching my movies again and again, but I’ve never quite believed actors when they say they don’t watch themselves. I hear them going around the block to make excuses for why they don’t watch their work. It’s bullshit. Sorry, guys—I know you watch your stuff.