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Kristen Stewart and St Vincent make red carpet appearance for first public outing

The couple were snapped front row at a Vogue fashion show.
Kristen Stewart and St Vincent

A-lister Kristen Stewart and musician St Vincent have made their romance red-carpet official, after they were seen together at a high profile fashion event in Los Angeles this week.

The actress was first linked to the singer-song writer back in August, after the pair attended a screening of Stewart’s new movie Certain Women.

St Vincent (real name Annie Clark) had previously been in a relationship with model Cara Delevinge. According to reports, the couple broke up in September, after a year and a half together.

The newly in-love Kristen and St Vincent publically debuted their relationship at the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Show and Tea event at the Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood on Thursday.

Vogue reports pair both looked super-stylish with Kristen cutting a chic figure in a black blazer and baggy Phillip Lim joggers and black loafers and St Vincent wearing a cropped red and black jacket with high-waisted black wide-leg trousers.

The pair were seated next to one another in the front row near J Crew creative director Jenna Lyons and Emma Stone and Katy Perry.

Kristen previously dated video producer Alicia Cargile. She spoke openly in July this year for the September issue of Elle UK, telling the magazine she was “really in love”.

“We’ve broken up a couple of times and gotten back together, and this time I was like, ‘Finally, I can feel again’.

Kristen Stewart makes a front row statement with A-listers Emma Stone and Katy Perry.

“I’m not ashamed, and I’m not confused,” she added. “Things have changed. And not just with me – we’re really allowed to encourage this new acceptance to develop and be awesome.”

The Café Society star also famously dated her Twilight co-star Robert Pattinson for four years; the pair split in April 2013.

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