Kirtsen Dunst's Fashion Evolution
Kirsten Dunst grew up on screen, making her film debut in Woody Allen's Oedipus Wrecks at just six years old, and when she was just 10 years old she shared an on screen kiss with Brad Pitt in Interview with the Vampire.
Dunst is the queen of the rom-com and has starred in many sleepover classics, from playing Torrance in Bring It On to starring in Elizabethtown alongside Orlando Bloom to playing an American tennis champ in Wimbledon. Unlike most child stars, Kirsten has managed to avoid scandalous headlines and still plays the leading lady in blockbusters such as All Good Things to Spider-Man to On the Road.
This means Kirsten has walked many a red carpet in her time and is a fan of classic Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Christian Dior. Ms D is a regular at on the French Riviera for the Cannes Film Festival, where last year she wore white lace Dolce, with heidi plaits to a photocall with Kristen Stewart and then a pale blue silk Louis Vuitton gown to the amFAR gala.
By day you'll catch her in denim cut offs, breton tees and RayBans, 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.
Her red carpet hits have bagged her high profile ad campaigns with Miu Miu and Bvlgari. Oh and her biggest squeeze of all? Her gorgeous boyf Mr Garrett Hedlund.
See Kirsten Dunst's style evolution in the gallery above...