On Saturday night, Kristen Stewart attended the 33rd Annual Producers Guild Awards in Los Angeles at the Fairmont Century Plaza Hotel wearing a dress from Brandon Maxwell. The strapless ivory bridal gown featured a sheer corset bodice with white ribbon boning sewn into the waist. The corset met a wide textured skirt that brushed the red carpet as Stewart posed.
The Spencer actress wore her hair up with curls in tendrils around her face. Her makeup was light, with pink eyeshadow for a touch of color and nude lips.
During the wards, Stewart presented the Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures to the team behind the drama musical film CODA. The award was accepted by the production team including Daniel Durant, Marlee Matlin, Troy Kotsur, Sian Heder, guest, Fabrice Gianfermi, Philippe Rousselet and Patrick Wachsberger. They were joined by stars Daniel Durant, Marlee Matlin, Troy Kotsur and Sian Heder.
The entire event was star-studded, including Serena Williams and Nick Jonas as other presenters. Other invitees on the list were Josh Brolin, Rachel Brosnahan, Daniel Durant, Alana Haim, Jude Hill, Chris Pine, Daniel Dae Kim, Emilia Jones, Marlee Matlin, Ryan Murphy, Simon Rex and Kerry Washington, as well as previously announced presenters Meryl Streep, Casey Bloys, Jamie Dornan, Michelle Yeoh, Aunjanue Ellis, Jung Ho-yeon, Linda Lavin, David Alvarez, Jessica Chastain, Denis Villeneuve, Troy Kotsur, Andrew Garfield, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Steven Spielberg.
Stewart’s dress seems like a glimpse into her future—the Twilight star is recently engaged to Dylan Meyer. Stewart said that Meyer was the one to pop the question while being interviewed by Howard Stern in early November.
“We’re marrying, we’re totally gonna do it,” Stewart said. “I wanted to be proposed to, so I think I very distinctly carved out what I wanted and she nailed it. We’re marrying, it’s happening.”
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