Emma Stone is one red-head who embraces her color and knows how to work it. The pale-skinned beauty looked stunning in a black and white patterned design while attending a MoMA event recently.
Posing in front of a wall of red roses, this fair-skinned leading lady looked like she stepped out of a modern day fairytale rather then onto a red carpet. Stone's floor-length tiered design was bold and feminine at the same time. The pattern of what looked like smeared paint lines gave the ensemble a modern, masculine feel, but the delicately placed ruching and fabric flowers on one shoulder and again throughout the tiers of the design added hints of femininity. Her cap-sleeves and cinched waist also kept the over-the-top pattern from getting out of control.
Stone paired her eccentric look with a simple black purse and a side-part up do - revealing just a touch of color through her red hair. Her makeup was an ode to the 1950s and worked well with the modern bouffant hairstyle - a pink almost red lipstick with a glossy finish, rosy red cheeks and black-lined eyes added to the look. Heavy mascara helped further accentuate her gorgeous baby blues.