Just a few weeks later on November 17, 2008, Stewart wore this color-blocked one shoulder mini-dress to the Los Angeles premiere.
Teen Vogue, who named the star as one of the best-dressed that month, identified the dress as Balenciaga.
For the Japanese premiere on February 27, 2009, Stewart wore this interesting black leather dress with a geometric white hem.
The Paule Ka dress proves that Stewart would not be afraid to experiment with mixing bold styles and new materials.
Stewart switched it up a bit for the March 2009 premiere of “Adventureland” in this backless body-con dress.
Of course, the leader of the body-con movement, Hervé Léger, designed this dress.
Stewart mixed high fashion with street style, something she’ll do time and time again, in May 2009 at the 2009 MTV Movie Awards, when she paired this snakeskin mini with black Converse.
The dress was designed by Yigal Azrouël.
On November 12, 2009, at the Spanish premiere of “New Moon,” Stewart wore this bold mini-dress with an almost entirely sheer top, save for two strategically placed stripes.
She paired the dress with bold black booties, looking every bit the Joan Jett rock star.
At the 2010 Met Gala, themed “American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity,” Stewart wore this asymmetrical dress with a sparkling sheer skirt.
The gown was designed by Chanel.
One of Stewart’s favorite looks is a dress with mixed prints, as you can see here at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards.
The dress was designed by Dolce & Gabbana.
At the Los Angeles premiere of “Eclipse” on June 24, 2010, Stewart opted for this icy white one-shouldered dress.
She looked atypically glam at the “Eclipse” premiere in this feathery Ellie Saab frock. The back also has a large cutout on the side with no shoulder, which isn’t pictured.
Stewart chose a bold backless red gown with a thigh-high slit for the 2011 Met Gala.
That year’s theme was “Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty,” and her look was designed by Proenza Schouler.
At the 2011 MTV Movie Awards in June, Stewart stuck with red, this time choosing a strapless mini-dress covered in spikes and safety pins.
The edgy dress was designed by Balmain.
She went for an even higher slit at the November 2011 premiere of “Breaking Dawn Part I” in Los Angeles.
Stewart’s J. Mendel gown was covered in black and blue sparkles, and has one of her all-time favorite accessories: a belt.
For the London premiere of “Breaking Dawn Part I,” Stewart rocked this edgy, black sequined dress with another belt across the back.
Stewart’s take on the Roberto Cavalli gown is less sheer than the runway version, but it’s still a daring backless look.
At the 2012 Met Gala, Stewart mixed a skirt with three different shades of leather and an animal-print bodice, finished with lace-up heels.
That year’s theme was “Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations,” and Stewart opted for a Balenciaga look.
At the May 2012 premiere of her next would-be franchise, “Snow White and the Huntsman,” Stewart wore this bold lace look with silver detailing that represents the spine.
This skeletal look was designed by Marchesa.
She opted for bright yellow trousers with a blue peacock-esque print at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.
Interestingly enough, while her pants were Balenciaga, her simple white tank top was none other than Juicy Couture, and her blazer was Rebecca Minkoff. Once again, pairing high fashion with more accessible labels.
Later that evening, she wore this cream and green gown with a plunging neckline, slit, and green beading.
This look is another Balenciaga design — she was the face of the brand’s fragrance at the time.
We think this jaw-dropping red gown with lace cutouts is one of her best looks of all time.
In this show-stopping Reem Acra gown, Stewart looks every bit the A-lister and fashion icon she is.
Years before matching sets were all the rage, she wore this intricately beaded jade green matching set to another “Snow White and the Huntsman” premiere in June 2012.
This Balmain crop-top bustier and skirt look more like a work of art than clothes.
Stewart rocked this menswear-inspired look with suit pants and a vest-like top on November 3, 2012, for an “On the Road” screening.
This Balenciaga fit is actually a jumpsuit.
The star brought out the Old Hollywood glam for the November 2012 premiere of “Breaking Dawn Part 2” with a nude bodysuit, corset top, and full lace skirt.
This look, which kind of broke the internet at the time, was designed by Zuhair Murad.
There’s so much happening with the dress she wore to the 2014 Met Gala, we don’t know where to begin.
The theme was “Charles James: Beyond Fashion,” and Stewart didn’t disappoint — this dress has a sparkly top, a giant metallic belt, feathers, and a sheer skirt, and it was designed by Chanel, a designer who will soon become her favorite.
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