What Balenciaga Hits Can We Expect When Kristen Stewart & Robert Pattinson Reunite On The Red Carpet?

02 October 2012 by

So, the countdown has begun. In just 26 days Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson will take to the red carpet for the first time since it emerged she had cheated on him with married director Rupert Saunders all the way back in July (yes, the summer did go quickly). According to reports this morning, the recently reconciled couple will appear at the Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 2 world wide press junket in LA – what a mouthful – on the 28th of October. They will then continue to promote the film together with a series of premieres and junkets around the world scheduled for November. Queue the excited squeals of millions of Twi-hards everywhere.

This will be the couple’s first public appearance since THAT story broke and since Robert decided to forgive Kristen and take her back - it’s thought the couple kissed and made up after a teary meeting in New York some weeks ago. However, they haven’t been seen together since with both the stars making separate public appearances. The anticipation is almost palpable.

Balenciaga's Spring Summer 2013 collection

We have so many questions: Will Kristen be wearing his clothes? Will Robert be looking moody? Will they just pretend nothing ever happened? Most importantly WILL THEY ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT IT? Only time will tell. In the meantime, we're busying ourselves with thoughts of which Balenciaga beauties K-Stew will crack out for her promo wardrobe.

As the face of the French fashion house's latest fragrance, Florabotanica, Kristen is sure to be showcase numerous creations by Nicolas Ghesquière and considering she watched the Spring Summer 2013 collection hit the catwalk last week, there's options a-plenty. Oh, how we'd love to see her swathed in those cascading ruffles. Or how about a mannish suit? Cast your bets now!

by Olivia Foster


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