Emma Stone commanded attention with her vintage Givenchy plunging pink dress when she showed up on the red carpet of the 76th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards, hosted by Judd Apatow on Saturday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
The 35-year-old actress, who won Best Actress at this year’s Golden Globes and Critics Choice Awards, attended the ceremony to support Poor Things director Yorgos Lanthimos, nominated for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film.
The DGA Awards recognize the exceptional directorial work in feature films, documentaries, television shows, and commercials of 2023. Despite losing to Oppenheimer’s Christopher Nolan, Lanthimos received the Feature Film Medallion given by the DGA to each of its five Feature Film nominees.
Poor Things director Yorgos Lanthimos, actress Emma Stone, and her co-star Mark Ruffalo pose together at the 76th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on February 10, 2024 (Credit: Abaca Press / INSTARimages)
A Spotlight-Stealing Dress From Givenchy Archives
Emma Stone took to the stage with her Poor Things co-star Mark Ruffalo to present Yorgos Lanthimos with the gold medallion. However, she stole the spotlight from the director with her flirty pink dress, which her stylist Petra Flannery dug from the Givenchy Couture Spring/Summer 2003 archives.
The La La Land actress put her decolletage on full display with the dress’ wide, sternum-deep plunging neckline, held in place by two thick shoulder straps of overlapping fabrics. Cut from exquisitely woven textiles, the form-fitting bodice perfectly hugged the actress’ slender frame before cascading into a floor-length car wash skirt.
Emma Stone stuns in a plunging pink dress with a woven bodice and a car wash skirt from Givenchy’s archival Spring/Summer 2003 collection (Credit: Abaca Press / INSTARimages)
Elegant Accessories and Natural Makeup
Her toned legs and silver square-toe heels showed through her gown’s swaying, thickly cut fringe.
Surprisingly, the Louis Vuitton ambassador refrained from donning one of the French luxury fashion house’s designs, which she had been sporting nonstop since December as part of her Poor Things promotional tour.
Nevertheless, Stone looked incredible in her archival Givenchy gown, which she styled with a few rings and diamond stud earrings as finishing touches. She kept her neck bare to draw all the focus to her gorgeous dress.
Emma Stone pairs her pink gown with chrome silver pumps with square toes and slim ankle straps (Credit: Abaca Press / INSTARimages)
Emma Stone chose to go natural with her makeup, sticking to a delicate pink palette. Rachel Goodwin brought attention to the actress’ jade green eyes with mascara and pink eyeshadow dusted with glitter. She then added a swipe of pink lipstick and brushed her cheeks with pink blush for a radiant finish.
Mara Roszak, on the other hand, styled Emma Stone’s shoulder-length red tresses with a side part.
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Accolades for ‘Poor Things’
Poor Things bagged the Excellence in Production Design for Fantasy Film at the 28th Art Directors Guild Awards, which took place at the Ray Dolby Ballroom in Ovation Hollywood, California, on the same day as the DGA Awards.
Emma Stone coordinates her dress with her glam by wearing soft pink glittery eyeshadow, blush, and lipstick (Credit: Media Punch / INSTARimages)