ks

Kristen Stewart debuts edgy platinum blonde hairstyle

Julie Delahaye

All eyes were on Kristen Stewart as she hit the New York Film Festival on Monday rocking a bold new look. The Twilight star turned heads as she debuted an eye-catching platinum blonde hairstyle, which she complemented with an edgy androgynous chic ensemble.

CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY

><img itemprop=VIEW GALLERY

Kristen Stewart debuted a platinum blonde hairstyle on Monday

The 26-year-old, who was attending the premiere of her latest film Certain Women, has been blonde for months but seems to have opted for her lightest shade yet, with many fans taking to social media to compliment the star's gorgeous pixie cut.

Kristen showed off her beauty credentials on the night, wearing her hair in a wet-look sideswept style, paired with flawlessly groomed eyebrows and a slick of statement matte dark red lipstick.

><img itemprop=VIEW GALLERY

She has been blonde for months

It wasn't just her hair and make-up which wowed fans on the night, with Kristen also upping the style stakes in a chic burgundy red oversized blazer and tailored trousers combination, accessorising with black patent lace-up boots.

It's been a busy few months for the actress who has been working on a number of films, including Personal Shopper and Café Society which also stars Blake Lively.

><img itemprop=VIEW GALLERY

She often turns heads with her edgy beauty looks

Catapulted to fame as Bella Swan in the Twilight series, where she played the leading role opposite Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner, Kristen has previously admitted that she wouldn't necessarily rule out returning to the series, which played such an important role in her life.

"I was so genuinely, heavily entrenched in that, and not in a way that felt like an obligation. Even though after the first one, which stood alone, it lasted a long time," she said when asked about the possibility of a Twilight re-boot at a screening of American Ultra. "It's hard to speak to a five-year period in a few sentences, but I loved doing it. But that doesn't mean I want to keep doing it. But if other people? Yeah, sure. To be honest with you, I would be interested. I'd be kind of fascinated, but it wouldn't emotionally affect me one way or the other."

More on: