04th Aug 2015
Emma Stone attends a photocall for "Irrational Man" during the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival on May 15, 2015 in Cannes, France. (Photo by Samir Hussein/Getty Images)
And part of that charm is the sartorial missteps she’s had along the way to her current status as one of Hollywood’s best dressed. We’ve all been there -‘shiny fabric, uninspiring prints, over straightened hair, bad pumps that don’t look the price they cost. And then there’s always something involving a belt.?Thankfully now she’s gone full-throttle leading?lady and looks absolutely fiery on our August cover.
Sure, her premiere stints for The House Bunny didn’t exactly set the mean comment sections on fire, but there are some items in that gallery that wouldn’t survive a charity shop. As she moved onwards and upwards (see: Easy A) things took a dramatic turn for Emma. In fact, she started looking amay-zing. There was a lot of flirting with colour – she dyed her hair blonde for a role in The Amazing Spiderman – and her silhouette got sophisticated. That peach gown at the Golden Globes in 2011. That says, ?I’ve arrived, and I may not even talk to you.?
2011 was a very good time for Emma on the red carpet. There are some floor length gowns that have survived the test of time, and as she become more a name she showed her cocktail credentials. Remember that jumpsuit at the Golden Globes this year? Take a short walk down memory lane with our gallery.
With her new movie Irrational Man arriving in cinemas today, it’s the perfect excuse for sartorial procrastination. Acting opposite Joaquin Phoenix, Stone is steadily establishing a go-to leading lady status, like former Woody Allen muse Diane Keaton.
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