Kristen Stewart pretty much epitomizes the term "bershon."
She really couldn't be more bored by us, the bothersome Little People. Her primary goal in life, it seems, is convincing the world that she is waaaaay too cool to care.
And if I had any illusions that her constant pouting and eye-rolly expressions were merely a front for major insecurity, the sneakers she "custom designed" as a 'Custom Culture Ambassador' for Vans put those suspicions to rest.
Take a look.
Really, Kristen? Was this the best you could do?
What gets me is that these sneakers are supposed to artistically inspire high schoolers. Way to let them know how much you care, Kris.
Luckily, the other celebs who agreed to take part in this project took their duties a little more seriously. Check out the amazing results after the jump!
These are from musician Kenan Bell.
These are from Lauren Conrad and Maura McManus ...
And I love these, from artist Aaron Axelrod.
Even comedian Andy Richter put SOME effort into his pair. That's all anyone expects.
The shoes are meant to inspire high school students to enter Vans' Custom Culture contest -- schools are asked to customize a pair of white Vans and the winning school will receive a $50,000 prize for their art program.
Pretty awesome, right?
Let's just assume now that Kristen's pair is a prime example of what NOT to submit as an entry.
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