Emma Stone’s newest film, Poor Things, is a tremendous feat in costume design—and off set, Emma is managing some impressive fashion feats of her own.
The Oscar-winning actor stepped out in New York City yesterday in three different fabulous looks, which she changed into from morning to night.
First, she stopped by Good Morning America in a business casual ensemble, courtesy of Louis Vuitton. The fit included a powder-blue button-up shirt stitched with two chest pockets, which she tucked into a camel-colored button-front midi skirt. To coordinate with the skirt, Emma added a double-breasted coat with a rounded lapel, in a rosy beige, and light brown knee-high suede boots. She accessorized with golden hoop earrings from Tiffany & Co. and sunglasses from Peter and May.
That evening, the La La Land star visited The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, switching to night mode with a black tweed blazer from Louis Vuitton. The long-sleeved piece included a satin scarf that could be hooked through the two rows of golden buttons dotting the jacket’s front, which is how Emma wore it. She wore a corresponding tweed pocket skirt from Louis Vuitton and black pumps, and accessorized with a gold chain-link necklace and knot rings from Tiffany & Co.
You think that’s all? Emma and stylist Petra Flannery had one more trick up their sleeves. At the end of the day, the Easy A star was spotted on the streets of Manhattan in a slate-colored sweater with ribbed hems, which she paired with navy slacks and bright red loafers—championing this year’s burgeoning candy-apple red trend. To round out the look, Emma wore diamond stud earrings and kept her gold streak going with a pair of stacked golden necklaces. What a hat trick, Emma.
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