It would be silly to say I don’t care what people think of my work and who I am, but stuff is polarizing, period.”Further recalling what it was like when she became an overnight A-lister thanks to her role as Bella Swan in the book-turned-movies, Stewart adds, "I used to try too hard, because I was nervous. I’ve just grown out of it." WATCH: Kristen Stewart on Where Robert Pattinson Romance Went Wrong -- 'Our Relationship Was Made Into a Product'In an exclusive interview with ET in October, Stewart also opened up about how she's come to deal with being in the public eye."I think it takes a minute to sort of acclimate to communicating with so many people at one time, with like, 'the masses,' you know," she shared.Kristen Stewart might be rocking a fairly basic style here for New York Times' T magazine, but we'll have you know that polo neck maxi dress is none other than Chanel!
"I didn’t talk about my first relationships that went public because I wanted things that are mine to be mine.
I hated it that details of my life were being turned into a commodity and peddled around the world.""When I was dating Rob, the public were the enemy -- and that is no way to live," Stewart admits.
Our fall Women's Fashion issue cover story, on Kristen Stewart, is online at now. A post shared by T: The NYTimes Style Magazine (@tmagazine) on 'It wasn't real life anymore. It's not that I want to hide who I am or hide anything I'm doing in my life.
It's that I don't want to become a part of a story for entertainment value.'The Cafe Society actress - who is dating visual effects producer Alicia Cargile and previously romanced singer Soko - admitted she is more open about speaking about her personal life these days because she wants to do something 'really positive' by discussing same-sex relationships.
Stewart said she’s more willing to talk about her relationship with Cargile because of the positive message of acceptance it represents.