Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Emma Stone took to the red carpet last night for the 2012 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards in New York City.

Even though the Spiderman promo tour wrapped several weeks ago, it looks like Emma is sticking with her natural blonde hair colour for a while.

She wore a Burberry Prorsum Spring 2013 look. Whilst this is our second look from the collection, it is actually our first runway look to hit the red carpet.

A festive green sparkling sequin skirt is paired with a navy-blue satin bustier top, which is accented with a black waistband to give it a peplum effect.

The shoes are a bit anonymous; I wish she’d opted for the gold runway heels.

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Some of you were losing faith in Emma Stone’s red-carpet style, but I’m sure you will fall in love with her all over again when you see what she wore to Elle’s Women in Hollywood Celebration, held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, last night.

She looked delightful wearing a Valentino Resort 2013 dress.

Her bright pink chiffon dress with white collar and cuffs is an adorable look for the young actress.

Ferragamo houndstooth pumps add an interesting contrast to her bubblegum-pink dress, with a gold ring and black clutch accessorizing the look.

An updo with face-framing bangs and tendrils, plus a dark pink lip colour and Irene Neuwirth jewels provided the finishing touches.

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Burberry’s ‘Orchard’ bag was first spotted on Rosie Huntington-Whiteley with Blake Lively and Sarah Jessica Parker following suit.

The latest actress to be spotted carrying the bag is Emma Stone. In fact she can’t seem to leave home without it and it has become her off-duty go-to bag.

Emma’s ‘Orchard’ bag is from the Spring 2013 collection, so it doesn’t have the suede stripes nor the bow accent which featured on the Fall 2012 version owned by Rosie and Blake.

Instead Emma’s grainy leather terracotta bag has gold hardware and a hanging leather tag.

Can you see yourself falling in love with this bag as much as Emma has?

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The front rows during Fashion Week have been celebrity light, but Miu Miu was able to boast a front row of young Hollywood stars and up-and-coming actresses.

Emma Stone, Amanda Seyfried, Chloe Sevigny, Dianna Agron, Felicity Jones and Berenice Bejo packed the front row at the Miu Miu Spring 2013 fashion show during Paris Fashion Week yesterday.

Emma Stone: Sporting gorgeous blonde curls and a divine red glossy lip, Emma selected an adorable strapless bustier LBD with an A-line skirt. She styled the look with a black cardigan, fuschia double-strap peep-toe pumps and a multi-coloured floral bag with gold hardware.

Amanda Seyfried: I’m not surprised to see the actress wearing a look from the Fall 2012 collection, but I am surprised she didn’t wear one of the more adventurous pieces, as she loves taking risks on the red carpet. Her red suit was styled with purple Prada ‘Spazzolato’ Mary Janes and a Prada geometric-print bag. I love the purple lip on this occasion. It gives the whole look an edge.

Dianna Agron: This 60s-style Miu Miu dress is perfect for the ‘Glee’ actress. I’m glad she opted for something that suited her style. Her bright blue shirtdress with slanted flap pockets and button-down details was styled with purple tights and blue suede criss-cross platform Miu Miu sandals. The bouffant perfects the look.

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Emma Stone’s new film ‘Gangster Squad’ was pushed back four months to January 11th 2013, but the actress still graces the cover of Interview Magazine’s September 2012 issue.

She looks edgier than we’ve ever seen her before, sporting a futuristic look wearing a tribal Chanel necklace and Eddie Borgo earrings with a slicked-back quiffed ‘do and dramatic makeup on the cover shot by Mikael Jansson.

The rest of the 80s-inspired editorial sees her wearing Balenciaga, YSL, Lanvin, Christopher Kane, Haider Ackermann and Versace.

She talks to the magazine about suffering heartbreak, her hunky co-star Ryan Gosling and the increase in paparazzi following her since ‘Spider-Man’.

You can read more at InterviewMagazine.com or check out the extracts below:

On heartbreak: “Like, within the hour. I remember being on the floor… I have never felt anything quite like that. It was so visceral. It’s like someone has killed you and you have to live through it and watch it happen… It was awful.” Read more…




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