Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Emma Stone stepped out in Manhattan on Wednesday for the launch of Revlon’s new ‘Nearly Naked’ Makeup at the London Hotel.

Wearing a silk gray-and-bone Fall 2012 design from ‘Project Runway’ alum Daniel Vosovic and Jamie Wolf’s 18k-gold lattice earrings, Emma dangerously toed the line between blah and best-dressed.

It’s tough to pull off washed out tones for the pale-skinned Revlon ambassador, made all the harder by Emma’s decision to keep her hair its natural blonde since last summer’s Spiderman reboot. And yet the 24-year-old New Yorker completely carries the raglan-sleeved ensemble.

Perhaps it’s her peachy point-toe Rupert Sanderson heels (popular in Hollywood at the moment); maybe it’s the vampish manicure and dark-lined eyes that add a bit of edge; or it could be Emma’s unwavering confidence.

All I know is that somehow, this works.

Have you any idea how Emma managed this magic trick?

Credit: danielvosovicny.com & Getty

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Posted by Julie on December 6th, 2012 In: Daniel Vosovic, Emma Stone, Runway To Red Carpet

Despite the controversy, which I will stay away from at this is a fashion site, Cheryl Cole walked onto the X Factor stage with her head held high on Saturday night.

The judge wore a Daniel Vosovic Spring 2011 asymmetrical LBD which the designer had presented during New York Fashion Week.

The designer will be more familiar to those in the US as he was on Project Runway.

Cheryl’s LBD was paired with Valentino bow-embellished satin sandals and De Grisogono jewels.

I do love the dress, its sexy and sweet at the same time.

I do prefer that you can see more of the lace underlay on the runway, but I totally understand that Cheryl needed more coverage for a TV show.

Who wins Saturday nights style battle?

Cheryl or Dannii?

Credit: Elle.com & Rex

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