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Kristen Stewart Goes Androgynous For The Cover Of 'Wonderland'

Kristen Stewart has always preferred sneakers to heels and worn them with a DGAF air, but she takes that sensibility to a whole new level on the cover of Wonderland. Just look at how well she wears androgyny, hair short and tousled, a bare face, a white t-shirt with rolled up sleeves, and a chain necklace.

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The cover was shot by Saint Laurent designer Hedi Slimane, who has a history of capturing raw portraits of musicians and celebrities. Slimane is also a master of androgynous fashion, styling men in tight pants, blouses, and cocoon-like sweaters, and outfitting his female models in suits and ties. This coupling makes perfect sense—can we hope for a K. Stew appearance at the Saint Laurent show during Fashion Week? Fingers crossed.

While the interview isn't online yet, Wonderland reveals that it was conducted by Vogue's Sex Columnist Karley Sciortino and is "one of our biggest and best cover shoots to date." OK, now we're expecting big things.

Good news is we don't have to wait long to see what's inside—the Spring Fashion issue if Wonderland hits newsstands today.