Talk about a picture perfect couple!
Kirsten Dunst and her boyfriend Garrett Hedlund teamed up to help Los Angeles-based label Wren to create an oh-so-cute lookbook for its fall/winter capsule collection.
Dunst acted as the campaign's model, while Hedlund shot his ladylove, who looked adorable in the brand's charming pieces.
But Dunst was more than just a pretty face for the shoot, styling the outfits right down to the different colored beanies she sports in many of the shots.
The capsule collection comes from Dunst's stylist and Lola editor Leith Clark, who joined forces with Wren designer Melissa Coker to design the flirty feminine dresses, ladylike coats and casual printed tees. Leith, who had worked with Coker on short fashion films starring Gia Coppola and Tavi Gevinson for the brand in the past, pulled inspiration from illustrators like Mercedes Helnwein, Fanny Bostrom, and Jenny Mörtsell when creating her eye-catching prints for the capsule collection.
Though Clark could have very well styled Dunst for the shoot—she's helped dress the Marie Antoinette star for years now, after all—she thought it would be interesting to see how her longtime client would wear the pieces she helped create.
"It was fun to flip roles and design the clothes and see how Kristen would wear them herself," Clark told Style.com. "It was a multi-faceted experience."
Dunst expertly played off the cute collection by reaching for quirky props for the shoot, like a birdcage or a chocolate chip cookie. Plus, the Melancholia star—just like Alexa Chung, who modeled for the brand before her—has an indie style that's right in keeping with the line's retro cute items.
And just because her beau was behind-the-camera for the lovebirds' collaborative lookbook, we wouldn't rule out seeing the blonde beauty oversee a photo shoot of her own sometime in the near future. She did just join Instagram last month, so perhaps she's feeling a bit inspired about experimenting with photography after seeing her shutterbug boyfriend hard at work?
"There are some things that weren't realized from the collection that are still lingering, so stay tuned for a sequel," Clark revealed, so we could indeed see more shots—or perhaps a video?—from Dunst!