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European film festivals are Emma Stone’s sweet spot. The Cannes red carpet once evoked expressions of pure, unadulterated bliss, now immortalized by red carpet photographers. And Venice is bringing the sartorial equivalent: filmy, feminine, over-the-top romantic red carpet fashion to close out the summer.

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The actress has been at the festival to promote her upcoming film The Favourite, among other people.



Celebrity Sightings during The 75th Venice Film Festival - August 30, 2018

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Already, she’s worn four excellent looks, brought to us by her and her stylist Petra Flannery. A breakdown:

Look 1: In Clashing Louis Vuitton Prints

Celebrity Sightings at the 75th Venice Film Festival - August 29, 2018

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Stone, an ambassador of Louis Vuitton, was dressed by the house for her Venice debut. She’s in a jolly multi-colored, multi-patterned blouse with a pair of white silk shorts. Everything looks really nice and summery together.

Look 2: Emma in a Dreamy Pastel Fendi Set

Celebrity Sightings at the 75th Venice Film Festival - August 30, 2018

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Stone was photographed by the boats wearing a rom com-ready, Lalaland-meets-Venice outfit this morning: a pink top and matching blue skirt by Fendi.

Celebrity Sightings at the 75th Venice Film Festival - August 30, 2018

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Look 3: Emma in the Cocktail Version of Cinderella’s Ensemble, by Louis Vuitton


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More Vuitton for Stone, for her photo call for the film. The entire look has a cocktail hour vibes to it with a soft Cinderella blue and its short wrap skirt. The heels are especially fun with their floral pattern and gold tips.

The Favourite Photocall - 75th Venice Film Festival

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Look 4: The Nude Nymph Red Carpet Dress With a High Slit



The Favourite Red Carpet Arrivals - 75th Venice Film Festival

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Here’s the show stopper look: a nude dress adorned with beads and embroidered flower designs. Fit for a queen…or an actress promoting a fictional period piece about the British monarchy.

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