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Emma Stone’s Academy Awards Red Carpet Style Lookbook

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With four nominations and one win under her belt, Emma Stone has become one of the most decorated young stars of the Academy Awards. 

Receiving her first win for Best Actress in a Leading Role for La La Land, the 35-year-old could soon be adding another Oscar to her list of accolades, with the star receiving her second Best Actress nomination ahead of the 2024 Academy Awards. 

Watch Below: Emma Stone 2019 Oscars Red Carpet.

While her performances in some of Hollywood’s most critically acclaimed films have rightfully taken centre stage, we’re equally as excited to see Emma’s first Academy Awards red carpet look in over five years. 

As we count down the days until Hollywood’s biggest night in film, scroll down to revisit Emma’s best Academy Awards red carpet looks. 

Emma Stone’s Best Academy Awards Red Carpet Moments

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2024 

Returning to the Academy Awards red carpet for the first time in five years, Emma walked the red carpet in a custom mint green peplum gown by Louis Vuitton. 

In keeping with the unabashed indulgence of her Poor Things character, Emma topped off her look with a 30-carat octagonal cut golden Sri Lankan sapphire surrounded by an ample amount of diamonds. 

“We wanted to keep Emma, Emma, but show her affinity with the character and Bella’s spirit,” stylist Petra Flannery told Vogue. 

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2019

Receiving her second Best Supporting Actress nomination for her performance in The Favourite, Emma returned to the red carpet in a custom heavily embroidered gown by Louis Vuitton. 

Speaking to People following the ceremony, a spokesperson for the brand revealed that the gown took 712 hours to construct, plus an additional 22 hours of alterations to factor for fabric shrinkage. 

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2018

While she may not have received a nomination, Emma was still a red-carpet favourite at the 2018 Academy Awards ceremony.

Straying from her signature statuesque gowns, Emma opted for a red and pink silk Louis Vuitton suit jacket with slim-fit tailored black trousers. Adding an extra touch of sparkle to her look, the Battle of the Sexes star accessorised with a simple assortment of bejewelled drop earrings and a statement ring. 

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2017

Taking home her first Academy Award for Best Actress in La La Land, Emma’s Givenchy Haute Couture gown emulated the film’s now-iconic City of Stars.

Embellished in head-to-toe Swarovski crystals, Emma’s gold and bronze ensemble also incorporated layers of fringe for a textured old Hollywood-inspired aesthetic. 

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2015

Receiving her first Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress, Emma celebrated alongside her Birdman co-stars in a green beaded dress by Elie Saab. 

While she may not have taken home the win, Emma’s red carpet appearance still delighted fans, with the star sharing a hug with Friends icon Jennifer Aniston ahead of the ceremony. 

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2012

Attending her first Academy Awards ceremony in 2012, Emma graced the red carpet in a crimson halterneck gown by Giambattista Valli.

Reflecting on her experience walking the Oscars red carpet for the first time, Emma told Variety, “[It was] pretty surreal. I don’t think that will ever change. It’s kind of a wild thing growing up watching it on TV, and then you feel like you’re inside the TV for a night.” 

Has Emma Stone won an Oscar?

Emma Stone won her first Academy Award in 2017 for her performance as Mia in La La Land. 

Starring alongside Ryan Gosling, Emma’s Best Actress in a Leading Role win was one of many for the movie musical, with the film receiving six Academy Award wins, including Best Director, Best Cinematography, and Best Original Song. 

In addition to her three previous nominations, Emma has also received a 2024 Academy Awards nomination for Best Actress for her performance in Yorgos Lanthimos’ Poor Things. 


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