"Snow White & The Huntsman" ingenue Kristen Stewart brought her carefully-cultivated brand of edgy cool to the Cannes film festival on Wednesday to promote her other new film -- and her daring sense of style.

K.Stew stopped by the photo call for her new movie "On The Road" -- the first-ever film adaptation of Jack Kerouac's classic 1957 novel -- with co-stars Kirsten Dunst and Tom Sturridge.

While Dunst looked the epitome of French Riviera chic in a white dress, the "Twilight" actress brought her quirky-cool A-game by way of patterned Balenciaga pants, shades and a Rebecca Minkoff blazer.

Wildly printed pants have been skimming the ankles of everyone from Beyonce to January Jones lately -- do you think Kristen Stewart's take on the trend nailed it? Scope out the pics and weigh in below!

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