Emma Stone Is Back On The Red Carpet With Her Iconic Red Hair And A See-through Dress! 

The actress walked the red carpet in a sheer cut-out yellow dress for the premiere of her latest movie

Written by Anshita Singh

On Dec 8, 2023 – 2 minutes read

Emma Stone At Poor Thing’s Premiere

Just when we thought Emma had abandoned the red carpet, the La La Land actress walks the red carpet pulling attention like a queen. Thanks to the Poor Thing’s premiere, we caught the elegant look of Emma on Wednesday night straight from New York City. 

Marking the release of her new movie, Emma, 35, pulled off a sheer yellow Louis Vuitton gown with such intricate details that created a mesmerizing effect. This custom LV slip dress had cut-outs that revealed Stone’s skin underneath in an elegant manner. The gown also featured sheer gauzy fabric, pearls, and sequin embellishments that added to the overall charm of the dress. The elegant illusions created in the gown likely resonate with Stone’s character in her brand-new movie. 

Emma Stone’s Pearl-dripping Poor Things Premiere Dress

Emma Stone On Red Carpet

The sunkissed and opulent gown had a high-low hemline, with a sleek trail behind. For shoes, Emma opted for simple metallic silver heels. Emma’s hair stole the show with her iconic re-dyed hair(1) that was put into a casual updo. She kept her make-up simple and glossy with black eyeliner and coral lips. She completed the look with an early aughts velvet choker with an embellished flower that resonated with the playfulness of Poor Things. 

Talking about Stone’s new movie, Poor Things is written by Tony McNamara, based on the 1992 novel by Alisdair Gray. The movie is about a reborn woman, Bella (Emma Stone) who embarks on a journey of self-awakening after embracing an experiment by mad scientist Dr. Godwin Baxter (Dafoe). Yorgos Lanthimos directed this film, the same director who directed Stone’s 2018 film The Favorite. 

“I wanted to play Bella because it felt like acceptance of what it is to be a woman, to be free, to be scared and brave,” Stone said in a preview “a very, very funny film.”

“She’s understanding what it is to be a member of society,” said the La La Land actor. “The more autonomous she becomes, the more challenged these men seem to be by it.” 

The movie was tagged an R for “strong and pervasive sexual content, graphic nudity, gore, language, and disturbing material”, given that Bella’s sexual journey is displayed throughout the film. 

‘Poor Things’ premiere was star-studded by Mark Ruffalo, Ramy Youssef, Jerrod Carmichael, Christopher Abbott, Margaret Qualley, and Willem Dafoe. 

  1. National Library of Medicine. (n.d). Is There a True Concern Regarding the Use of Hair Dye and Malignancy Development?. [Online] Available at:

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