Welcome to Kirsten Dunst Online, an online fan resource dedicated to the talented and beautiful actress. Our aim is to provide the latest news, photos, career updates and other relevant information regarding Kirsten. We are always trying to improve the site and our aim is to make a high-quality online resource for Dunst and her dedicated fans. Thank you for visiting!

Latest News

March 3rd, 2011    Connie    0     0

She’s been in the limelight for 22 of her 28 years, so Kirsten Dunst would seem decades overdue to for a celebrity fashion line or fragrance.

Now, the actress and model has hinted she could be the next star to add designer to her resume – for a one-off collection that echoes her offbeat style.

Miss Dunst, who is the face of Bulgari‘s new fragrance, said she would consider expanding her brand within the industry by collaborating with another designer.

She told WWD: ‘I wouldn’t say no, it sounds like fun.

‘I wouldn’t want my own entire fashion line, but I’d do a collaboration, a one-off.’

She named Sixties and Seventies icons like Mia Farrow and Diane Keaton as her style inspirations, as well as British supermodel Stella Tennant.

‘There was a point in my life when I wanted to look like Mia Farrow in Rosemary’s Baby, then another time when I wanted to look like Annie Hall,’ she explained.

Miss Dunst also added actress Charlotte Rampling – her co-star in upcoming sci-fi thriller Melancholia – as a favourite new fashion icon.

The actress described her aesthetic as ‘the vibe of girls in boys’ clothes’.

Although Miss Dunst has never created a fashion line in her name, the transition to fashion designer would be familiar territory for the actress.

She previously  partnered with cashmere label Lutz + Patmos to design a sweater for a celebrity capsule range in 2008.

But for now, Miss Dunst has a full schedule between modelling and movies.

Her first ad for Bulgari’s fragrance Mon Jasmin Noir was released last month and she will be hitting red carpets the world over when Melancholia and the highly-anticipated adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s On the Road premiere later this year.

Source