A week after the star-studded New York City premiere of Poor Things, Emma Stone flew to London to attend the red-carpet premiere of her black comedy fantasy movie held at the Barbican Centre on Thursday.
Showcasing a simple yet classy, regal look, the red-haired beauty was a sight to behold as she walked the red carpet with her costars, Mark Ruffalo and Willem Dafoe, in a plunging silk dress and a crinkled satin robe.
While fashion experts caution fair-skinned individuals against wearing light-colored clothing since it could wash them out, Stone has continued demonstrating her love of these outfits, as evidenced in her most recent red-carpet appearance.
Mark Ruffalo, Emma Stone, and Willem Dafoe attend the London premiere of their new movie, Poor Things, at the Barbican Centre on December 14, 2023 (Credit: Steve Vas / Future Image / Cover Images)
Stone, whose yellow Louis Vuitton dress at the NYC premiere of Poor Things overpowered her pale complexion, opted for yet another pastel-colored slip dress from Louis Vuitton for the London screening of her latest film.
The House Bunny star looked amazing, nonetheless, in her powder blue, double silk satin slip dress custom-designed for the 35-year-old actress by Nicolas Ghesquiere.
Inspired by the French fashion house’s Resort 2024 collection, this understated but elegant number featured diagonal seams across the skirt, tonal buttons down one side, and an ankle-length hem that protruded slightly from the rest of the garment.
Emma Stone stuns in a pale blue silk satin plunging slip dress with a crinkled satin robe draped over her arms (Credit: Steve Vas / Future Image / Cover Images)
Emma Stone was braless underneath the ethereal backless gown, which had a sheer panel at the plunging bodice to somehow keep her modesty.
The darker blue, crinkled technical satin robe that slid down her shoulders and covered her arms gave drama and glitz to the otherwise simple slip dress.
Emma Stone shows off her white pedicure in a pair of Louis Vuitton satin open-toe sandals (Credit: PA Images / INSTARimages)
Stylist Petra Flannery put together Stone’s stunning red-carpet movie premiere look. Flannery counts Reese Witherspoon, Zoe Saldana, Emilia Clarke, Claire Danes, and Amy Adams as some of her high-profile clients.
Stone wore her neck bare while showcasing her signature effortlessly glamorous red carpet look. She chose to accessorize instead with two delicate rings, a gold cocktail ring, and diamond cluster earrings from the Louis Vuitton High Jewelry Collection to add a hint of sparkle to her otherwise plain ensemble.
Stone went for a classic makeup and hairstyle to keep the look timeless. Mara Roszak fashioned her red locks in a wavy bob kept in place using Roz Hair essentials.
Mara prepped her damp hair with the Milk hair serum, finished with the Santa Lucia Styling Oil on the ends. She gently brushed the actress’ red hair and carefully tucked the front sections behind her ear for a neat, contemporary look.
Lisa Eldridge, meanwhile, highlighted Stone’s natural features with subtle eyeliner, mascara, pink blush, and pink lips.
Braless Emma Stone adds a dash of glitz to her elegant look with Louis Vuitton earrings and ring and wears her red hair in a wavy bob (Credit: PA Images / INSTARimages)
Emma Stone Receives Two 2024 Golden Globe Nominations
Emma Stone recently garnered a Golden Globe nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Musical, or Comedy for her role as Bella Baxter in Poor Things.
“I am so grateful for the opportunity to be a part of this magical film experience and to have our Poor Things family recognized together is a dream,” Emma said in response to her nomination.
She added, “Bella Baxter is my favorite character that I’ve ever had the honor of playing and the journey of making this film is one that will stay with me for the rest of my life. Bella’s freedom and joyous approach to every aspect of life was infectious, and I’m so lucky I got to live for a little while in her vision of the world.”
“To get to work alongside Mark, Willem, and Ramy, with Tony, Ed, Andrew and all the other incredible cast and crew was pure and utter joy. And Yorgos Lanthimos — I’m eternally in awe of his vision, brilliance, collaboration, and friendship.”
Emma Stone received a Golden Globe Best Actress nomination for her role as Bella Baxter in the black comedy fantasy movie Poor Things (Credit: Searchlight Pictures)
Mark Ruffalo and Willem Dafoe each received a nod for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture, while Poor Things is also up for several awards, including Best Picture in Musical or Comedy, Best Director for a Motion Picture, Best Screenplay, and Best Original Score.
Emma also thanked the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) for recognizing her satirical black comedy thriller The Curse, for which she earned a nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Drama.
“And thank you for recognizing The Curse. Nathan and Benny created a show that is a deeply uncomfortable and unique labor of love, along with the great folks at Showtime and A24, and it’s so wonderful to have our work acknowledged in this way. Feeling extremely bewildered and thankful for it all.”
Emma Stone was nominated for Best Actress in a Television Drama Series for playing Whitney Siegel in the satirical black comedy thriller The Curse (Credit: Showtime)