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'Gangster Squad's' Emma Stone in fiery red

January 09, 2013|By Jenn Harris

Emma Stone has been very busy the last couple of years, appearing in the blockbuster "The Amazing Spider-Man," "The Help" and "Crazy Stupid Love" while becoming one of the young starlets worth watching on the red carpet.

The frequent redhead, who actually happens to be a natural blond, really hit her style stride at the 2011 Golden Globe Awards when she chose a minimal, peach, cap-sleeve Calvin Klein gown. She's gone on to more daring choices with a svelte Martin Grant top and skirt at the 2012 MTV Movie Awards and a red Lanvin dress embellished with crystal flowers at last year's Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala. Whatever Stone wears, she manages to balance her youthful spirit with elegance and class. Maybe it has a little something to do with her stylist Petra Flannery, or her mother.

"When I was a teenager and all the cool girls were wearing pyjama pants at school, my mother forbid me to do that -- or to let my bra straps show," Stone recently told Vogue magazine.

At the Los Angeles premiere for her new film "Gangster Squad," which comes out Friday, Stone proved that red really is her color. She chose a red, strapless Lanvin dress with jewel accents, a bold necklace and matching red Christian Louboutin heels. 

To get Stone's fiery look, try the BCBG Max Azria lipstick-red cotton and lace strapless sweetheart "Roselle" bustier dress from for $125.29 with the jeweled leather stretch belt from Loft for $34.99. For a necklace that makes a bold statement, get the Charlotte Russe fit for a queen statement necklace for $12.99 or the Cayetano legacy necklace from for $110.99.

Finish with the Rock and Republic high heel from for $34.99 or the Rachel Roy Markaya heel for $99 from and you're sure to turn some heads.


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