Kristen Stewart's get-up at Virginie Viard's first Métiers d'Art show for Chanel is aptly youthful.
Fuchsia lace bustier dress with a matching bolero jacket... words have never sounded more like music.
Think Karl Lagerfeld, only in tweed, with midriff on show and loads, loads more makeup.
We've never seen Kristen in a colourblock jacket nor bermuda shorts. The actress ought to experiment more often.
Fundamental accessory to bring a classic jacket into 2020, and beyond — chainlink necklace.
It takes a whole lot of 'tude to still look coolly intimidating in an immaculate, all-white ensemble.
This quilted, logo-emblazoned jumpsuit would be equally well-accessorised with a pair of skis — or a mug of hot cocoa.
The red shades and metallic, ombré trousers are particularly effective at selling this 'impossibly cool club kid' look.
Thigh-high boots and leather shorts are softened with a sheer white blouse and layered chain jewellery.
If you'd ever wondered what Gabrielle Chanel would have looked like with a pink rinse... Here's your answer.
We're just waiting for her to compliment our skirt before jetting off to shoot car commercials in Japan (any Mean Girls fans out here)?
Slouch and shine make for an easygoing formalwear partnership.
We consider this gown an open appeal to be cast in a '40s-set Hollywood drama.
We can even think straight with this dress. *giggles*
Serving '50s Teddy Boy realness.
This disco ball shattered expectations just moments after this photo was taken — Stewart kicked off her heels and walked up red-carpeted stairs barefoot.
One can never go wrong with a minimalist column gown.
A sliver of substernal skin loosens up this palazzo pant ensemble.
White and silver provide a perfect backdrop for eye-popping makeup.
The pleated details of this floaty black number echo the swooping structure of Stewart's pompadour.
Subtly channeling Bowie circa Life on Mars in a blue bouclé pantsuit.
Tackling both a plunging neckline and micro-mini length is an unmistakable postural flex. We see you, Kristen.
Lo-fi punk is the look we never knew we needed.
Y2K logic: when in doubt, bare your midriff. Just do it!
Does this strapless, sequined catsuit have anybody else humming You're the One that I Want?