Kristen Stewart, Karl Lagerfeld

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Sacré bleu, part two! And this time our shock has nothing to do with haute couture.

As we're sure you already know (judging by how many of you gushed over our exclusive pics), Kristen Stewart jet-setted to Paris to take part in a glitzy Vanity Fair shoot. And there was more to her trip than just horsing around in feathery dresses.

She also got all dolled up with notorious designer Karl Lagerfeld! Oh yeah, and gave someone the one-finger salute. So what's up with K.Stew's tres fashionable middle finger flingin'?

READ: Kristen Stewart Goes Glam for Vanity Fair Shoot—Check Out the Exclusive Photos!

Her latest eyebrow-raising stunt is hardly shocking for anyone that knows Ms. Stewart. Heck, the Twilight babe is practically famous for flipping the bird when the papz are watching.

This time, K.Stew was all dolled up in a frilly black dress, swapping out her crazy hat from earlier in the day for a star-shaped hair accessory (apparently all for additional VF photos) when she playfully threw her middle finger in the air.

Just peep the pic! With that lip-biting smile, she's clearly not too pissed at whoever is on the receiving end of that finger. Though we can't say the same for steely Karl Lagerfeld (homeboy looks peeved!).

And, to be honest, this is one of the exact reasons we love Kristen so much!

While other starlets are trying to appear prim, proper and oh-so-perfect for the paparazzi, Kristen isn't afraid to be real. And fierce, no?

We hardly think tough-as-nails (but very chic) Karl would disapprove.

But what say you, Krisbians and K.Stew haters alike?! Is Kristen's carefree flipping of the finger a total turn off (and very unfit for a Vanity Fair femme) or, like us, do you totally love this kind of badassery about Kristen?

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