Kristen Stewart rocks classic 90’s look complete with jean jacket and chain necklaces for spa day

She will star in the upcoming biopic Seberg as famous actress Jean Seberg.

But on Sunday, Kristen Stewart took a break from her hectic Hollywood schedule to enjoy a relaxing spa day with a friend in Los Angeles.

The 29-year-old actress kept things low-key for the outing, donning an oversized denim jacket and a white crop top.

Lazy Sunday: On Sunday, Kristen Stewart took a break from her hectic Hollywood schedule to enjoy a relaxing spa day with a friend in Los Angeles

Lazy Sunday: On Sunday, Kristen Stewart took a break from her hectic Hollywood schedule to enjoy a relaxing spa day with a friend in Los Angeles

Lazy Sunday: On Sunday, Kristen Stewart took a break from her hectic Hollywood schedule to enjoy a relaxing spa day with a friend in Los Angeles

She wore red Adidas trainers with yellow laces and high Nike socks to accentuate the 90’s grunge look. 

Stewart accessorized with rings, a watch, a bracelet and a string of thin necklaces, finishing the ensemble with classic, black and white Adidas leggings.

The Twilight actress shielded her eyes with black shades as her short blonde locks looked tussled after a relaxing spa day.

Stewart completely transformed into American actress Jane Seberg in photos from the upcoming biopic that emerged on Sunday. 

90's grunge: The 29-year-old actress kept things low-key for the outing, donning an oversized denim jacket and a white crop top

90's grunge: The 29-year-old actress kept things low-key for the outing, donning an oversized denim jacket and a white crop top

90’s grunge: The 29-year-old actress kept things low-key for the outing, donning an oversized denim jacket and a white crop top

Seberg tells the story of the Breathless actress who was targeted by the FBI in the late 1960’s because of her support for the Black Panthers and her involvement with civil rights activist Hakim Jamal. 

Hakim Jamal was the cousin of civil rights leader Malcolm X. 

Seberg died by what was deemed a suicide almost exactly 40 years ago at the age of 40.

Biopic: Seberg tells the story of the Breathless actress who was targeted by the FBI in the late 1960's because of her support for the Black Panthers and her involvement with civil rights activist Hakim Jamal.

Biopic: Seberg tells the story of the Breathless actress who was targeted by the FBI in the late 1960's because of her support for the Black Panthers and her involvement with civil rights activist Hakim Jamal.

Biopic: Seberg tells the story of the Breathless actress who was targeted by the FBI in the late 1960’s because of her support for the Black Panthers and her involvement with civil rights activist Hakim Jamal.

Stewart has said she spent a lot of time on set wondering if the late actress was watching over her during filming. 

‘Whenever you do a movie about a real person — especially if they’re no longer living — [it feels] like that thing where, if someone passes away, you wonder if they can see you pick your nose or something,’ Kristen Stewart told Entertainment Weekly. 

‘You wonder: Are they overlooking? I just played Jean Seberg, and [I would feel it] every single time there was a cat that would run through the frame,’ she said. 

Perhaps that watchful feeling is what led Stewart to feel so close to Seberg, as she said she began to feel like a protective ‘sister.’ 

 ‘I always wondered if we were doing things right,’ Stewart said, adding, ‘In this weird fantasy world, I became so close to her in my own little psyche of making this movie. If she [would’ve been able to] walk into a room, I would [feel] like a sister, or if someone said a bad word about her I’d [defend her] like, “Hey! She existed!” like I knew her. Anything that would happen on set that was a little eerie, I always attributed it to her!’

It was announced on Thursday that The Benedict Andrews-directed film was selected to be part of the official lineup of the 2019 Venice Film Festival, which will take place in late August. 

 

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