Style Profile: Actress Emma Stone
Emma Stone is about to become big news. With three movies due out in the next few months and a reboot of the Spiderman franchise next year, plenty of award shows and press conferences, Stone is certainly being given the limelight to show off both her acting skills and her style. So what better time to have a look at this next-big-thing’s style profile.
Although having small parts in teen films such as Judd Apatow’s Superbad hilarious Emma really gained the world’s attention as the go to girl for nerds and outcasts who want to up their status in Easy A. And was also one half of the gun wielding sister duo in Zombieland.
A natural dishwater blond, Emma has become famous for auburn locks which she credited for her move to leading lady. She has taken on the red head vixen role on the red carpet, in little tight dresses like the black (a favourite red carpet colour for the star) leather sleeveless dress she wore to the 2010 MTV Music Awards.
After bleaching her hair bright blond early this year for Spiderman, Emma really started to shine on the red carpet. At the Golden Globes she wore a slick backless peach number from Calvin Klein which she accentuated with a pop of gold and pulled back hair.
The MET Gala, the red carpet event lauded within the fashion industry, saw Emma experiment with print in a custom made rosy gown from Lanvin which she brightened up with fuchsia pink lipstick, a lip colour she has repeated ever since.
A few months later and after return to the much loved red, although now a bit lighter, Emma pushed herself full force into the fashion world. She was seen rocking the Red Wool Sweater and Fuchsia Wool skirt from Giambattista Valli’s F/W 11 collection at the Friends With Benefits premier in New York.
Constantly pushing the right buttons Emma stunned again only last week at the premier for new movie The Help in a Chanel Couture ensemble in a vintage inspired powder green.
As well as really working the red carpet Stone also has a great and easy street style often sticking to trusty skinny jeans, basic tops, leather jackets and flat boots which she accessories with Ray Bans and beanies.
It seems the girl can do no wrong both in her film choices and wardrobe picks. Check out below more pictures of Emma’s best red carpet looks.
Pictures via Zimbio