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- February 13, 2013
- Vol. 79
- No. 6
Then and Wow!
Messy or dressy? At 18, the budding star chooses jeans for a film premiere.
A daring neckline and hairdo do not quite add up to the best-dressed list.
Knightley finds her way to romance with a Matthew Williamson goddess gown.
In this custom taffeta Vera Wang at the Oscars, she becomes one to watch.
She strikes a balance between provocative and polished in Rodarte at the Atonement premiere.
As the face of Coco Mademoiselle, she graduates to Chanel Haute Couture.
To mark her turn on the London stage, she picks an occasion-appropriate Erdem.
She has the fashion muscle to champion daring new U.K. designer Roksanda Ilincic.
The star picks the perfect moment-the London premiere of Anna Karenina-to show off a frothy Chanel Haute Couture.
Emma Stone: GIRLIE TO GLAMOROUS
The starlet steps out in L.A. with a girl-next-door vibe.
The Superbad actress plays it safe in a printed mini at her first MTV Movie Awards.
Stone buries her body in a prim lace dress.
Blondes do have more fun! Stone wears a cutout Roksanda Ilincic.
She graduates to gowns with a dramatic column for the Vanity Fair Oscar party.
Her first-and favorite!-custom dress is this standout Calvin Klein.
Stone opts for an avant-garde Tom Ford to promote Crazy, Stupid, Love.
The star of The Help finds her signature blend of glamour (Lanvin gown) and youthful accents (eagle belt).
Love it or hate it, she shows she's not afraid of pushing boundaries in Gucci.
The super-stylish Stone was able to snap up this Lanvin straight from the designer's pre-fall presentation.
Zoë Saldana: FUNKY TO FASHIONISTA
The invite said premiere-not picnic-but Saldana wears a belly-baring shirt and stretchy skirt.
A dress or pants? For a New York City party, Saldana wears both.
Scoring a coveted invite to her first Met Ball, Saldana steps up her game in Michael Vollbracht.
The Avatar star ascends to a new style stratosphere in a standout RM by Roland Mouret.
By plucking this Givenchy off the runway, stylist Petra Flannery makes Saldana the most talked about star at the Oscars.
"Color inspires me a lot," says Saldana (in Louis Vuitton), who by now has earned a reputation for her fearless fashions.
Proving her ability to pull off any look, Saldana (in Armani Prive) makes horizontal stripes and a structural skirt look fresh.
This revealing yet refined Prabal Gurung lands Saldana on numerous best-dressed lists.
Now a golden girl to designers, Saldana confidently pulls off a shimmering Elie Saab at the premiere of The Words.
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