Though Stewart is still young—and just beginning to become a household name and face—there is something undeniably classic about her. She’s not transformed here, but rather portrayed in a way that a piece of her attitude—that effortless, I-don’t-give-a-shit tomboyishness—shines through. "This is a girl who dresses for herself," says Templer, adding that the clothes "look like she chose them, and make her feel kind of good. They don’t scream sexy or non-sexy—they’re kind of neutral." But regardless of the vampire eyes, black hair and Louis Vuitton dress, the spread brings Stewart down to earth. "Both myself and Craig McDean are English, and we have a different idea of how women are in America," says Templer. "We didn’t want to put her on a pedestal—we wanted to make her relevant."