The 13 times Emma Stone amazed us at the red carpet

It has been an eventful year for the stylish Emma Stone. Besides starring in three big films, she made her Broadway debut in Cabaret. The actress has been everywhere. Stone has somehow cracked the most coveted code in Hollywood: how to look your best at all times. Whether she’s clad in couture or keeping it casual, Emma Stone is one fashionable lady. Her youthful looks walk the line between classic and edgy, and and are always put together. Here are the times the actress made heads turn at the red carpet:

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When she wore this one-shouldered two-tone Lanvin gown for the 2011 BAFTA Awards. She added gold accesories and curled tresses to look like Hollywood glam.

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When she stunned everyone in this cherry-red Giambattista Valli Couture at the 84th Annual Academy Awards.

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When she wore this gorgeous green and navy print dress from Jason Wu’s Pre-Fall 2012 collection with teardrop cutouts at the 17th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards 2012. Emma’s completed look consisted of a soft up-do and an all over navy liner on her pretty eyes along with a peachy lip.

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When she wore this Giambattista Valli top and skirt with Christian Louboutin heels at Friends With Benefits premiereNew York City.

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Showing off her love for Lanvin again, Emma rocked this strapless, full-length black-and-white floral print gown for the 2011 MET Gala. She kept her blonde locks up and wore silver chandelier earrings and flaunted a bright bold lip.

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Emma rocked this peach Calvin Klein full-length, backless dress for the 2011 Golden Globes Awards. She wore her hair up and flashed minimal gold accessories.

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She made an edgy apperance at the The 2010 MTV Video Music Awards in this black leather minidress by Emilio Pucci, sophisticated by simple black pumps and a tiny purple clutch

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Emma Stone made lots of leg in her custom Thakoon two-piece pink and magenta, colour-block gown.The body-skimming, tailored edge of the cropped halter top was beautifully juxtaposed with the flowing wrap skirt which trailed loosely behind her. She accessorized with a complementary Tod’s metallic and magenta box clutch, barely the hint of jewels and a chunky side braid.

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She made heads turn in this stunning yellow Atelier Versace pleated open-back custom gown featuring Swarovski crystal enriched padded shoulders and a waistband nipping her in at the waist creating a subtle bloussant effect.The look is wonderfully glamorous. She completed her look with a David Webb 18k yellow gold double lion necklace with emerald eyes and Revlon rouge pout.

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When she attended The Amazing Spider-Man 2 photocall, Rome wearing a romantic Dolce & Gabbana white blouse and pencil skirt cut from intricate lace. The look creates the most feminine figure, especially with the tucked-in blouse. Though the (Valentino) shoes failed to excite, I love the makeup and braided hairdo.

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The actress looked stunning at the Rome premiere for ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’ wearing a glittering maxi dress from the Valentino Pre-Fall 2014 collection.The floor-length design consisted of a beaded blouse which had an oversized pussy-bow black neck tie and a sheer geometric-print lurex maxi skirt. She teamed the unusual gown with a chic up-do, pale red lips and no jewellery whatsoever as she posed for photos.

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When she wore this gorgeous wedgewood blue and burgundy beaded silk dress by Erdem. She finished off the look with understated black pumps that matched the collar of her dress perfectly.

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When she wore a Chanel pre-Fall 2014 embellished organza sleeveless dress with gold Christian Louboutin sandals at The Amazing Spider-Man 2 premiere, Berlin.

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