It's only been a hot minute since we last saw Kristen Stewart take the cover of a magazine, but she's back for more!
The actress stars on the front page of The New York Times' T magazine's Fall Women Fashion issue, rocking the shiz out of a sheer black dress.
She really does look stunning, serving up more fierce smolder for the spread.
Related: Kristen Can't Contain Her Happiness With Alicia Cargile!
Also inside the glossy, the 26-year-old talks relationships, even revisiting her past with former Twilight costar Robert Pattinson.
Kristen candidly confessed:
"People wanted me and Rob to be together so badly that our relationship was made into a product. It wasn't real life anymore. And that was gross to me. It's not that I want to hide who I am or hide anything I'm doing in my life. It's that I don't want to become a part of a story for entertainment value."
Ouch!! It doesn't sound like that their time together was one of her fonder memories, but luckily, she's found love now.
Gushing about her girlfriend of three years, Alicia Cargile, she echoed previous sentiments: "I love her so much."
While KStew doesn't go into too much detail about their life as a couple, the Chanel spokeswoman does explain why she's so much more open about their relationship than she ever would have been if she were dating a guy. She explained:
"I would never talk about any of my relationships before, but once I started dating girls it seemed like there was an opportunity to represent something really positive. I still want to protect my personal life, but I don't want to seem like I'm protecting the idea, so that does sort of feel like I owe something to people."
Amazing. We're just glad the Personal Shopper starlet is living her life freely!
Plus, we can't help get over how happy she sounds!
Now, go and ch-ch-check out her flawless editorial in the gallery (above)!
[Image via Karim Sadli/T Magazine.]
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