Emma Stone In Carven – 2011 American Museum Of Natural History Gala

The gorgeous Emma Stone thankfully opted for a bright colour on the red carpet at the 2011 American Museum of National History Gala in New York City last night.

She wore a Carven Spring 2012 gown.

Her coral chiffon gown was teamed with Tabitha Simmons Resort 2012 ‘Fillippa’ multi-coloured snake heels.

Rosy cheeks, a sweet matching coral lip colour and side-sweeping locks completed her look.

I would’ve preferred it had her clutch been much smaller. A Bottega Veneta clutch would’ve been perfect here.

Just 9.8 out of 10 for Emma on this occasion.

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16 thoughts on “Emma Stone In Carven – 2011 American Museum Of Natural History Gala

  1. maria

    i agree. Points off for the clutch, but otherwise, again very cute. I saw a picture from the back, which is very interesting and low cut and gives the dress an extra oomph.
    I also like that she gets the relevance of the events and dresses appropriately. This is a long dress but somewhat casual.

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  2. Jen

    I think the gown looks cheap – looks like an elastic waistband. I’m sure it isn’t, but I don’t like it, aside from the color.

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    1. Rebecca Z

      When you see a closer up picture of the front of the dress at the waist that waistband look makes sense, but I see where you are coming from. This may be one of those gowns that looks better in person than in photos. The back IS gorgeous.

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  3. CreoleLady

    Love the color but between the color and the red cheeks, lips and hair, just too much red for me. A chic tomato with a very big clutch.

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  4. Marybeth

    Except for the color, I don’t much care for the dress, front or back.
    But Emma looks lovely, just the same.

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  5. Jess2

    She looks shorter here than in other recent pictures of her. The clutch is hideous, I agree that this would have been a perfect moment for a Bottega Veneta clutch. This falls flat for me, the dress isn’t great and compared to recent looks this is no good.

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