With rumors mounting over the alleged feud between the star of Twilight, Kristen Stewart, and the new star of the Hunger Games, Jennifer Lawrence, we’ll for now just have to assume this is pointless gossip dribble and move on to something more tangible. I thought about speculating on the latest most glorious sugar daddy meeting, which in Hollywood is actually an organic rite of marriage, but instead deciding to focus on who between these two ravishing female stars has better fashion sense.
Here’s what I’ve come up with:
Jennifer Lawrence looks better in formal wear. Lawrence has proved time and time again that she can cut a striking pose in long formal evening gowns. The golden Prabal Gurung gown she proudly sported at the Hollywood premiere of “Hunger Games” was stunning and not just for the sparkling hues. The side panel cut outs were extremely sexy and paired well with the flame emblematic backdrop of the movie’s icon.
Kristin Stewart looks better in casual attire and grunge. This isn’t a knock. To be sure, Stewart has looked ravishing in a black and blue J. Mendel dress, but she’s never seemed comfortable or at ease in these kinds of outfits.
Stewart is much more at home, and much more sexy, in casual garb like jeans and t-shirts, checkered Vans and a polka-dot Marios Schwab dress. This plays into her edgier feel, illustrated by the red leather Balmain hip-hugger that she lasciviously touted at the 2011
MTV Movie Awards.
Both are extremely beautiful, photogenic and beaming with star power. Kristen Stewart arose
from a small role in the film Into The Wild to now reign as one of the most recognized young adult stars in Hollywood. Jennifer Lawrence, whose meteoric rise to fame is sure to continue with future installments of the Hunger Games series, has become the new face of DIY, kick-ass femme-power and a possible new spokeswomen for the bow and arrow.
Rumors of the Stewart/Lawrence feud are probably greatly exaggerated, but it wouldn’t surprise me if the two had shared a snarky quip or two. Kristen could very well view Lawrence as a threat to her queenly crown over the hearts and souls of adoring young movie-goers, both male and female. Ultimately, we may have to wait a while, perhaps forever, before we see an Aliens/Predators-like mashup of Twilight and the Hunger Games in which the two might actually dual it out. Possibly in another universe!