New candids from March 30th of Kirsten leaving a gym in Los Angeles.
Candids > 2011 > March 30th, 2011
New candids from yesterday (March 25th).
Candids > 2011 > March 25th, 2011
New candids from March 18th of Kirsten out in Beverly Hills where she was meeting a friend for lunch.
Candids > 2011 > March 18th, 2011
Kirsten out and about in Melrose on Thursday (March 17th), looking very cute in her white patterned dress.
Candids > 2011 > March 17th, 2011
New candids of Kirsten from March 15th.
Candids > 2011 > March 15th, 2011
New candids from March 13th of Kirsten and Jason out in Los Angeles.
Candids > 2011 > March 13th, 2011
New candids of Kirsten around in Los Angeles yesterday, enjoy!
Candids > 2011 > March 11th, 2011
The camera loves Kirsten Dunst. It has been that way since she made her debut in Woody Allen’s New York Stories, aged nine.
She now has a new role. It hints at Aesop’s fable The Lion in Love, when the king of the beasts, smitten by a young beauty, asks for her hand in marriage.
In this tale, Dunst is a silent star and a lion plays the supporting role. There’s no movie, merely a stills campaign in which she is the face of a new Bulgari fragrance, Mon Jasmin Noir. In tantalising images, Dunst is draped in a sheath, dripping with Bulgari gemstones. She sets the style bar high for her generation and for the fragrance’s global launch next month.
That’s the month she turns 29. Is this critically acclaimed box-office belle redefining her image? “No, not at all,” she says defiantly. “My image is that I look sophisticated, I am accessible and I’m young. My style is influenced by a new take on classics. Less is more to me. If I see someone who looks beautiful, I don’t see a woman who needs to wear the latest bag. True style is not dependent on that.
“The women I find the most beautiful are Charlotte Rampling and Susan Sarandon; if you’re going to be an actress, you’re going to need to age otherwise you’re not accessible,” she says.