If you haven't yet heard of Emma Stone, this will certainly change in the coming months as Emma's star is set to peak late 2011. Some may not know her name, but may recognise the elfin beauty from hit comedies 'Superbad,' 'Friends with benefits' and 'The House Bunny.' Comedy may have been her springboard but as Emma has been cast in the upcoming Spiderman movie, she is diversifying whilst growing as an actress. Emma is one of those girls with an enviable elusive skin tone that means that she can work any hair colour, whether blonde, brunette or red head as Ms Stone as she plays Mary-Jane in Spiderman. However as always, it is Emma's recent style choices that have made me take notice. I love accessories and costume jewels, however Emma keeps things very simple and chic letting her dresses speak for themselves.
Emma looks like a young Julianne Moore in Tom Ford, her red hair almost accessories the demure dress
Emma colours blocks in Giambattista Vali teamed with nude Louboutins. Never one to over accessorise Emma lets her clothes sit among her perfectly porcelain skin.
Emma Stone shows that she is no tween fashionista in lady like Bottega Veneta dress with satin pumps and a woven clutch...divine
Emma in Lanvin, red tones defiantly suit the actress pictured as a blonde. the ability to change her hair colour so successfully only adds to her versatilely. Hair can be used as a useful tool to change a look completely.
Emma in Calvin Klein