Oct 09, 2012 10:41AM

Balenciaga Invites You to Interview Kristen Stewart

She'll be answering your questions live!

Balenciaga is hosting an exclusive live interview with the face of their Florabotanica fragrance, Kristen Stewart. The On The Road actress will be answering questions from the citizens of the internet aka you. Registration to submit a question is open now — you can submit as many questions as you want and you'll be able to submit them right up until the interview is over. Cue Twilight fans losing their shit. French Fashion editor Virginie Mouzat will moderate the 30-minute interview, which will include 20 questions. If your question is chosen, not only will you get to hear Kristen's answer but you'll also be gifted a Florabotanica fragrance so that you can smell like her too. 

The interview will be filmed in LA and broadcast live on the Balenciaga fragrance website and the Balenciaga Facebook at 6 am AEST on Friday 19 October.

Ingrid Kesa

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