Kristen Stewart stuns in a new behind-the-scenes video for Balenciaga’s Florabotanica fragrance — in it, she goes topless! We loved how the concept was very simple, yet it still grasped the perfume’s image. Watch the video below.
24-year-old Twilight star, Kristen Stewart, looks absolutely amazing in the new Balenciaga Florabotanica fragrance video. She is a bit daring by going topless in the video, however, she looks gorgeous. Watch the video right here!
Kristen Stewart’s Florabotanica Ad — Goes Topless For The Fragrance
Kristen’s behind-the-scenes video for Balenciaga Florabotanica perfume shows off Kristen’s back filled with colorful flowers. The flowers continually grow up from her lower back to her shoulders.
We can’t forget to mention how Kristen looked super sexy as she stripped off and went topless for the video. Her dark brown locks were in an updo to show off her sexy bare back! Kristen’s makeup also looked flawless as she had on a smokey eye and glossy lips.
In the behind-the-scenes video, Kristen revealed how much she loved filming the ad: “What I like about this is that I didn’t have to turn into a different person. The point was to capture something natural. If you’re ever feeling like your forcing something or trying to get the shot suddenly it’s just not fun anymore.”
Kristen Stewart: The Face Of Balenciaga
Kristen was named the face of Balenciaga back in early 2012.
When news shot out that she was the new face, Women’s Wear Daily reported Kristen’s thoughts on the partnership:
“Balenciaga has always stood out to me, even when I first began to consider fashion and admittedly rarely knew the brand I was wearing, I always recognized and loved Balenciaga. It feels full circle to be involved with something that spoke to me then and of course continues to excite me now. The brand is just cool. That’s the way it is. I feel drawn to it. It provokes on a number of levels. It isn’t afraid or contrived. It hits a very cool balance, always. Always pretty undeniable.”
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— Isabella Kim