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Emma Stone Style (Interview)

Emma Stone Tells Us All About Her Effortless, Off-Duty Style

We caught up with the lovely Emma Stone over the weekend, where she dished on her personal style, her fashion in The Amazing Spider-Man, and her amazing stylist. We've been really impressed with Emma's red-carpet fashions this year — especially her cream Narciso Rodriguez gown at the Tony Awards, and her peplum getup at the MTV Movie Awards. Watch today's Fab Flash to hear more from Emma.

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Emma Stone tells us all about her off-duty style. Hi, it's Allison McNamara. Welcome back to Fab Flash. Over the weekend we caught up with Emma Stone to talk all things fashion and her new movie, The Amazing Spiderman, which she stars alongside her real life boyfriend Andrew Garfield. The two make quite the pair on and off screen, and Emma told BuzzSugar editor Becky Kirsch how she relied on her past experiences to play the role of Gwen Stacy. I drew on remembering what it was like to fall in love for the first time and never have had your heart broken before and it genuinely does feel like life or death. Emma really has been impressing us with her style this year. Most recently at the Tony Awards. She opted for a floor grazing, cream, halter style gown by Narciso Rodriguez which she styled up with green drop earrings by Irene Neuwirth and a snakeskin clutch. We also loved her Martin Grant peplum look at MTV Movie Awards. But when it comes to her red-carpet style, she gives her stylist all the credit. My stylist is really into fashion and she's great with. So for me in my closet I have a lot of jeans, and t-shirts and sweaters, I mean I kind of, I kind of operate in that area most days. We just spotted Emma touching down in Tokyo with Andrew and we think she totally perfect, effortless, off-duty style. So, for us, it's no surprise she had a hand in designing and styling her character, Gwen Stacy in the Amazing Spiderman. I think yeah Kim Barrett was our her costumer designer and she's incredible and a lot of it was based off of the drugs when she's in the comic books, so you could see it was very over the me side is very comic-booky a lot of the time. Just great. She found a way to kind of combine that cartoonish element with real life. We can't wait to see this movie when it hits theaters this summer. I'm Allison McNamara and I'll see you next time on Fab Flash on FabSugar TV.