Kirsten Dunst looks stunning on the cover of V magazine’s issue #64 wearing a white Givenchy dress.

With Mario Testino behind the camera and Nicola Formichetti styling this shoot, it was guaranteed to be an amazing shoot – and it was.

The feature is titled “The Art of Being Kirsten Dunst” and in her editorial we see Kirsten wearing Dolce & Gabbana, Rodarte, Burberry Prorsum, Giorgio Armani, Louis Vuitton and a Gareth Pugh headpiece.

In each picture she looks like a perfect porcelain doll.

Dunst discusses her unique friendships with both the Mulleavy sisters of Rodarte and Japanese pop artist Takashi Murakami as well as her upcoming long-awaited film “All Good Things”.

For more on this feature check out VMagazine.com.

Here are some extracts from her feature:

Rodarte’s Mulleavy sisters on Kirsten: “She has a magical quality that all the greats, like Mia Farrow, have had before. You fall in love with her as a real person. She is both a character actor and a leading lady, which is a rare combination.”

On her upcoming role in All Good Things: “I know I’ll be seen in a very different light. This role is the most I can show of myself and I think it’s the best work I’ve ever done, for sure.”

On future plans: “I want to do great work and work with great directors and do great movies and produce great films. I have criteria for myself that are probably too hard to ever meet, but I’m going to try.”

On working with Murakami: “I was just so surprised by how kind and humble he was, I usually think artists are complicated by ego. But he giggles like a little kid and gets so excited.”

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