Emma Stone In Louis Vuitton – 2018 Met Gala

Emma Stone attended the 2018 Met Gala on Monday (May 7) in New York City, and naturally, she was wearing a Louis Vuitton navy gown for the occasion.

What I loved most about her LV look was the way that its golden embellishment danced with the copper tones of her gorgeous locks and eye makeup.

That’s what sold the entire ensemble to me.

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08.03.18 Beauty, Makeup

Get The Look: Emma Stone’s Powerfully Feminine 80s Inspired Beauty

Emma Stone’s Oscars beauty look was all about recreating the magic of early 1980’s high power glamour while remaining modern in style and execution.

Celebrity makeup artist Rachel Goodwin also wanted to incorporate the statement making tones of Emma’s elegant suit and created a look with beautiful pink shades and metallic accents. Using NARS cosmetics versatile and luxurious collection, here’s how Rachel achieved this look:

FACE: After cleansing the skin, Rachel moisturized and primed the skin to ensure a smooth canvas for foundation. To achieve that flawless, fresh base, NARS Radiant Longwear Foundation was expertly blended onto Emma’s skin.

EYES: Once the skin was set, Rachel moved onto the eyes. To create that stunning burgundy diffused eye look, she used an array of shades from the NARSissist Wanted Eyeshadow Palette. The overall look was about creating a gradient effect from burgundy to soft pink, all featuring a metallic finish. Starting by concentrating the deeper shade along the upper lash the line, the luxurious shade was softly diffused to the crease. To create that soft blended even look, the pink shades were buffed into the crease. The result was a seamless eye look that was finished off with navy liner and a few coats of mascara on Emma’s lashes.

CHEEKS: Cheeks were a focal point for this look. While the glamorous women of the 1980s catered to a stronger and more defined pink blush look, Rachel borrowed elements of this classic style when creating the cheek shades for Emma’s Oscars makeup. To modernize that strong cheek, Rachel used the new NARSissist Wanted Cheek Palette and applied the soft pink shades onto the apples of Emma’s cheeks and buffed the product outwards.

LIPS: To tie in this youthful and statement-making look, Rachel chose a lip that was full of color and complemented the shades in this makeup. Using NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Let’s Go Crazy, Rachel layered the product onto Emma’s lips and finished off the lip with a transparent gloss.

NARS Radiant Longwear Foundation
NARSissist Wanted Eyeshadow Palette
NARSissist Wanted Cheek Palette (Launched March 8 at
NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencil

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Front Row @ Louis Vuitton Fall 2018

Nicolas Ghesquière debuted his latest offering for the Louis Vuitton Fall 2018 collection during Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday (March 6), with a number of the designer devotees in attendance.

Sienna Miller: After attending the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party this past Sunday, Sienna was back on the fashion front row here. Her casual look was full of ’70s, boho charm with the ruffled top and high-waist, cropped denim—topped off with a ladylike finish in her stacked pumps and black-and-white handbag—although I can see some questioning the stark contrast of hues against her outfit.

Jennifer Connelly: I know there was an intentional long and languid aesthetic to these separates, but between the sleeves and the hem, both seemed just a bit too droopy.

Emma Stone: As the latest brand ambassador—also fresh from the Oscars—Emma represented the LV label more successfully here in this paisley frock. I like the unexpected twist to the girlish offering with the peplum jacket, and the additional edginess delivered via the over-the-knee boots.

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Emma Stone In Louis Vuitton – 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

It’s fair to say we were bitterly disappointed by Emma Stone’s Louis Vuitton suit the 2018 Oscars on Sunday night.

The actress had a chance to redeem herself at the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party, but failed to take the opportunity.

I found myself completely dumbfounded by this second Louis Vuitton offering.

Firstly, it feels too twee for someone of her stature. I would’ve brought this on Elle Fanning.

Secondly, it feels casual for the event, even if it was a party frock.

And finally, I’m not a fan of the design.

As a returning Best Actress winner I had high hopes, however, I guess she wanted to take a back seat.

This is heart-breaking, quite frankly.

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Emma Stone In Louis Vuitton – 2018 Oscars

Emma Stone was also at the 2018 Oscars on Sunday (March 4) in Hollywood.

Opting to go against the gown grain, her custom Louis Vuitton pantsuit made an impact simply by virtue of it not being a dress.

That said, I really liked this look especially from the waist up. The deep ruby-burgundy blazer, punctuated by the magenta-pink ribbon belt and her flame locks, was a stunning revelation.

With the trousers, she lost me a bit, perhaps because at some angles, I questioned the baggier fit. I have to imagine it was intentional, though, on the basis of the ensemble being custom.

Louis Vuitton high jewelry completed the dynamic look.

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Emma Stone In Givenchy – Women In Film Oscar Nominees Celebration

Emma Stone made a long awaited return to the red carpet for attended the 11th Annual Celebration Of The 2018 Female Oscar Nominees presented by Women In Film on Friday (March 2) in Beverly Hills, California, where she joined Margot Robbie.

I can see how this Givenchy Pre-Fall 2018 sheer tulle bow accented blouse was designed to evoke a distinctly romantic quality, which is grounded by the pleated skirt, but I was fazed by the patch pockets.

Whilst necessary, they also feel totally random; but I can live with that.

What I can’t live with is the comb-over hairstyle.

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