30 April 2013 by

Happy 31st Birthday Kirsten Dunst! Let's Celebrate With Her Greatest Style & Movie Hits

Today is Kirsten Dunst's 31st birthday, so what better way to celebrate than by watching a Bring It On clip or ten and revisiting her greatest style hits? The actress might only be 31 today, but she has been working in the industry for an impressive 19 years. Anyone else suddenly feeling old?

In honour of her birthday we have rounded up five of our favourite Kirsten Dunst movie moments, from her chanting with pom poms in a certain cheerleader cult classic, to darting across the Wimbledon grass courts in that British blockbuster to starring with Brad Pitt in Interview with the Vampire. Yep, Kirsten has an impressive back catalogue of hit movies, which means she has practically grown up on the red carpet in Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Dior.

By day you'll catch her in denim cut offs, breton tees and RayBans hand in hand with her boyfried Mr Garrett Hedlund, and by night you'll find her in white frothy Chanel or demure Vuitton. But Kristen also takes surprising style risks, experimenting with unusual beading, an unlikely colour palette or an androgynous tux. She wore a rusty Rodarte skirt suit to the MET Ball, a leather Emilio Pucci fringed mini to the GLAAD Media Awards and a checkerboard square neckline Vuitton frock to a gala. 

On the back of her red carpet hits, she has bagged high profile ad campaigns with Miu Miu and Bvlgari. Beauty wise we are still OBSESSED with the braided Valentino-esque updo she wore to the Cannes Film Festival last year.

We know that Kirsten is a Grazia Daily reader as she told us at a London Fashion Week Mulberry party she is a big fan. So if you're reading this Kirsten, from all of us at Grazia HQ we hope you have a fabulous birthday! Why not celebrate her big day by taking a look through her greatest style hits in the gallery above and watching her best movie moments below? 

Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles - 1994

Bring It On - 2000

Spiderman - 2002

Wimbledon - 2004

Melancholia - 2011


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