In the campaign for Balenciaga Florabotanica (from € 53 in department stores), Kristen Stewart, the muse of dark floral scent, stands amid flowers, inspired by the same vintage wallpaper from Pierre Frey has influenced Fall 2011 collection by Nicolas Ghesquière.
" I find it terribly unbelievable , "says Kristen Stewart Nicolas Ghesquière, the creative director of the company and the man who asked to be at the head of his latest fragrance. "I was like ' You want me to stand in a certain way to show the curves of the dress? Want me to pose like that? ' By default, you start to learn these things over the years, but it was like, 'No, no, no guards hands in your pockets and stay there . "
Just like the first script reading with Robert Pattinson, who was held to see if the couple had an alchemy (which was "electrifying "by director Catherine Hardwicke to Vanity Fair), Kristen Stewart has felt a strong connection with Nicolas Ghesquière from the outset. They met during an interview session with Bruce Weber when she was only 14 years old. "Sometimes you meet people and you instantly recognize something in them, and you explore this friendship because you want to understand what you have found home . " As with Kristen Stewart and a previous perfume muse, Charlotte Gainsbourg ( "This is a really good actress" ), Nicolas Ghesquière did not play the game the unexpected in their respective industries. " The side stripper soul of fashion is clearly not him, and that's why I'm attracted to him and his world, "says Kristen Stewart.