She starred in the 2016 drama Personal Shopper but when it comes to her own style, Kristen Stewart seems to favour one label above all.
The American actress, 31, is quite the Chanel advocate on the red carpet, after becoming an ambassador for the French brand in 2013.
The Snow White and the Huntsman star even played the maison's founder, Coco Chanel, in the 2015 short film Once and Forever, though she sported a wider number of labels in the earlier years of her career.
Stewart, who rose to fame as a young actress starring opposite Jodie Foster in 2002 action flick Panic Room, gained widespread attention after playing Bella Swan in the Twilight franchise, based on author Stephenie Meyer's vampire-inspired series.
Turning to labels such as Lebanon's Zuhair Murad and Reem Acra, as well as Balenciaga, the actress morphed from early noughties trends to a more timeless style, embracing floor-sweeping gowns in bold block colours.
In more recent years, Stewart has developed a penchant for super-sharp tailoring by the likes of Thom Browne, as well as more directional separates and avant-garde fabrics from Chanel, which has been under the creative direction of Virginie Viard since Karl Lagerfeld's death in 2019.
She's also not afraid of a directional print, making her one of the red carpet's most dynamic stars, whether stepping out at premieres, fashion shows or film festivals.
Here, we take a look at how the star's style has evolved throughout her time in the spotlight.
Scroll through the gallery above to see more images of Kristen Stewart through the years.