Wednesday 22 November 2017

Red Carpet Wrap: Best and worst dressed

Emma Stone
Emma Stone
Kristen Stewart poses at the Australian Premiere of "Snow White and the Huntsman" in Sydney June 19, 2012. The movie opens in Australia on June 21. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz
Rowena Walsh

Rowena Walsh

Best dressed: Emma Stone

Some girls have all the luck. Imagine swanning from LA to Berlin to Tokyo dressed in one fabulous ensemble after another which you've cleverly accessorised with your very own superhero?

Sigh.. If we didn't quite like Emma Stone, we'd definitely hate her by now!

The actress, who changed her hair colour for her role in The Amazing Spider-Man, has admitted that blondes do have more fun. We could have told her that.

Still, it's only natural that she'd feel a little warm and fuzzy toward the latest story of the webbed wonder.

After all, she did meet her boyfriend on set. Conveniently, Andrew Garfield happened to play her love interest. He must be very, very, em, good . . .

Anyway, Emma has impressed herself over the last 10 days of seemingly endless movie premieres, thanks to a wardrobe of gothic drama one day followed by demure sexiness the next.

We approve -- and we particularly appreciate this very daring jumpsuit from Elie Saab's autumn winter 2012 collection.

Teamed with chic golden locks, it's a sensational look. Our spidey senses are tingling!

Worst dressed: Kristen Stewart

Oh, come on, Kristen, it wouldn't hurt to smile. After all, you've just topped the Forbes list of richest actresses at the tender age of 22.

Not bad when you consider that your key role involved staring adoringly at your real-life boyfriend, aka R-Patz.

It seems you and Emma Stone may have a few things in common. But you certainly have different attitudes in one very, very important respect.

While Ms Stone obviously loves getting all dressed up, it seems that you're replaying your Twilight role as a sulky teenager or perhaps a wannabe pearly queen. It's such a shame, especially as you looked really quite red hot at Cannes a few weeks ago.

What on earth has happened? You may be Down Under, but that's no excuse for slacking on the job. They have cameras there, too, y'know.

This beaded Balmain corset and skirt may be tight-fitting but the length is odd, and very unflattering. Overly dramatic make-up and a strange choice of hairdo aren't helping (seriously, are you trying to channel Jedward?!).

You're not exactly short of cash, so maybe you should spend some quality time with a stylist before you venture down the red carpet again. Believe us, it'll be worth it.

Irish Independent

Promoted Links

Style Newsletter

Stay on top of the latest fashion, beauty and celeb gossip in our Style newsletter.

Promoted Links

Editors Choice

Also in this section