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Emma Stone Dazzles In Louis Vuitton Suit During Her First Red Carpet Since Giving Birth

Emma Stone at the “Cruella” premiere. Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP/Shutterstock


Emma Stone Dazzles In Louis Vuitton Suit During Her First Red Carpet Since Giving Birth


Emma Stone, who starred in the film Cruella, walked her first red carpet of the year last night—her first public event since giving birth to her first child. Stone donned a Louis Vuitton outfit with a crimson lip with her long red hair down in curls to the Cruella premiere in Los Angeles.

Actress Kirby Howell-Baptiste and director Craig Gillespie were also present at the occasion, which was one of the first major Hollywood premieres since the outbreak of the coronavirus.

The 32-year-old actress and her spouse Dave McCary had a daughter in March 2021.

Stone showed up with her hair longer than we’ve ever seen her before.

Her hair has always been kept at a length that just grazes her shoulders throughout her career. She’s brushed her considerably longer locks to one side in this photo. Stone kept her characteristic red lip, but if you look closely, you’ll notice that she’s highlighted the corners of her eyes with pearl white dots.

Stone wore the ‘Les Armoiries’ brooch by Louis Vuitton, which is a beautiful sword brooch. One pear-shaped yellow diamond, 110 yellow diamonds, and 41 white diamonds were used to create the item, which was made of three different types of gold (white gold, yellow gold, and pink gold). It took 80 hours of work to complete.


Stone spoke with E!’s Lilliana Vazquez about taking on the character of Cruella de Vil in Disney’s live-action feature before the premiere. “It was fantastic. I really loved it,”  Stone, who played a younger version of the famed 101 Dalmatians villain, remarked. “I also loved that she’s kind of embracing her nature, the story of nature versus nurture a little bit.”

In Cruella, a punk rock Stone goes head-to-head with the Baroness (Emma Thompson) as she seeks to establish a name for herself in the fashion world in 1970s London.

She went on to say, “The duality of those characters was really, really fun. And it made playing Cruella even more fun because she gets to really lean into that and in a way she gets to act as Cruella… She finally really is that person. There are a lot of really interesting layers to her.”

While the star’s red lip was extremely Cruella-esque, makeup artist Rachel Goodwin added the tiniest but most beautiful detail to her eyes, a lovely homage to the original villain’s jewelry of choice. A pair of whispy falsies and a tremendously sharp sweep of eyeliner completed the look.

Though the early teaser for Cruella confused the internet at first, early critical buzz suggests that the picture might be one of Disney’s most artistically successful live-action adaptations yet. After all, it brings together Oscar winner Stone and I, Tonya director Craig Gillespie.

Stone has kept her life as a new mother under wraps. But she did talk about her lifelong celebrity crush on Leonardo DiCaprio and how it felt to get his Best Actress Oscar from him in 2017 on SiriusXM’s The Jess Cagle Show this week.

When she stepped onstage to receive it, DiCaprio was on her mind:  “That was what was going through my mind ‘cause it was him. And I was like, I’d seen Titanic seven and a half times in theaters. He was the love of my life. I had a picture of him in my bedroom that was signed, that I had gotten for my birthday when I was like 12 years old, and I was walking to Leo, and I was like, this is officially the most surreal moment of my life. I could not believe it. I think he probably thinks I’m like a little weird, cause whenever I see him, I’m kind of like, ‘Hey, how’s it going?’ You know, just in little moments either at the same event or something. He’s very sweet though. But that was truly, that was what was the craziest experience was the fact that it was him.”

“He’s very tall,” Stone added. “And he’s so lovely, but you know, it’s, it’s kind of unfair because it’s something that I don’t, I don’t really believe in that much. The idea that you like term real people into, like this other idea that’s always been so, so odd to me in my own experience. Like, it just feels so weird. So I am doing that to him and that’s not really fair because he’s like a real person and I’m sitting there going like, ‘hi Leo’ I’m like, I’m still 12 years old. But, but yeah, no, I think there’s something about that moment. The fact that it, I guess it was really, even more than that. It was the fact that it was someone that I had grown up watching and that I admired so much. And like as an actor, I think he’s fantastic. And I’d watched him in everything. And then that moment where it’s like kind of a, it’s just a, such a surreal moment as an actor anyway. So it just compounded it. And I don’t know, it’s it still feels like it, it didn’t really, occur because, because it was him there.”

Cruella will be released in cinemas and on Disney+ on May 28.

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