Kristen Stewart Goes Futuristic In Leather A.L.C Dress & Explains Converse On The Red Carpet

She wears them for you, apparently

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We join Kristen Stewart in preferring flats to heels when it comes to comfort, but as an avid wearer of scruffy Converse on the red carpet, K.Stew has finally embraced the reasoning behind her unglamorous habit.

The 22-year-old Twilight actress says that the reason she likes to wear sneakers on the red carpet with her beautiful designer gowns is because she can sign more autographs for fans in flats.

The heel-hater came clean about her reason for taking the lower life when it comes to red carpet signings, saying: "I just so wholeheartedly disagree with people who don't like what I wear,'' Vogue reports.

Kristen Stewart stuns in her leather and wool A.L.C dress - Splash

She added that she isn't keen on actresses who are "more concerned about looking pretty in your heels, and so you're walking slowly down the line. Put a pair of sneakers on."

Kristen, who is most famed for playing the ingénue Bella Swan in the Twilight Saga, has been evolving her fashion sense ever since it was announced that her fashion mentor Nicolas Ghesquire would be leaving Balenciaga.

Instead of slouching about in floral Balenciaga trousers, Kristen wowed in a futuristic leather dress with wool sleeves by A.L.C at the New York screening of On the Road this weekend, teamed with a quilted Balenciaga jacket and strappy black heels.

K.Stew sports a daring smoky eye for her On the Road New York screening - Splash

But it was K.Stew's unconventional make-up look that really stole the show, as she opted for a high-risk heavy smoky eye which almost looked like she'd let a child do her make-up and smear black eyeshadow across her face. Oops.

She added further fierceness with an androgynous hairstyle of slicked back hair behind her ears, and we have to give her top marks for this daring yet sexy all-black look. Gorgeous!

What do you think of K.Stew's dangerous look?

Kristen Stewart in a Balenciaga jumpsuit...

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