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Emma Stone vs. Anna Dello Russo: Who wore Rochas better?

Emma v ADR in Rochas

It’s a tough one this week, as we’re faced with two of fashion’s most forwardly dressed ladies!

Although Anna Dello Russo has first dibs on nearly every item of clothing that graces the runways before the entire planet even gets whiff of them, Emma Stone beat the vivaciously attired editor-at-large to it!

Showing off a stunning creation from the Fall 2012 Rochas collection, Emma looked a dream as she attended the Tokyo premiere for The Amazing Spider-Man back in June last year.

Going prim all the way – in line with dress’s ladylike, drop-waist silhouette – Emma wore Christian Louboutin bow pumps and sported a softly-done updo.

Anna Dello Russo, on the other hand, steers clear of the conventional style path and always seeks to add a much welcomed twist to her well-documented looks. And you didn’t expect her to wear a simple brown dress, well, in a simple way, did you?

Throwing out the basic rules that apply to statement accessories, and throwing the brightest bag, heels and earrings into the mix, our fave fashion personality gave the street-stylers much to pap outside the Miu Miu Spring 2013 presentation during Paris Fashion Week in October. She wore Miu Miu booties (natch), ADR x H&M earrings (double natch) and a super-statement making Paula Cademartori bag.

Who wins? Emma Stone? Why? Well, as much as we do love an eye-ball popping ensemble from ADR during Fashion Month and beyond, this pretty Rochas number didn’t really need such harsh colours to dress it up. Emma’s dainty, feminine styling wins hands down!

One Comment

  1. This dress doesn’t fit either of them properly. The darts are sticking straight out, a la Gaultier. In addition, it is terribly wrinkled, in a disheveled way. Great concept, poor execution.

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