On the heels of her Chanel-heavy red carpet appearances at the Cannes Film Festival, Karl Lagerfeld muse Kristen Stewart is back at it with the French luxury brand, in a new film promoting the 2016 Métiers d’Art collection, of which she is the face. Dubbed "Paris in Rome," the runway show was held at the legendary Italian studio Cinecittà and inspired by the designer's love for film — something that's evident in Lagerfeld's cinematic advertisements. In a duo of black and white campaign videos that hit the web on Thursday, the actress is as moody as ever, posing in lace tights and tops, menswear-inspired suiting, a classic tweed jacket (with no blouse underneath) and, of course, a gorgeous chain-strap bag. Complete with a dark lip and heavy eyeliner, as well as a bluesy soundtrack, the whole thing is broody and beautiful — but what else did you really expect?
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