Lt. Tasha Yar, is that you? Oh wait, it’s actually Emma Stone!
The 28-year-old actress served some major Star Trek: The Next Generation vibes at Thursday’s American Film Institute (AFI) gala in Hollywood, channeling a black and gold uniform that was worn by crew members like Lt. Tasha Yar — played by Denise Crosby — in the hit TV reboot.
Stone’s unique, long-sleeve dress (by Loewe) featured a gold and black turtleneck top fading into a red and black checkered bottom.
Matched with her platinum locks, the star’s look was similar to the blonde-haired lieutenant’s (who sported a pixie cut during her Star Trek days).
Along with her elegant look, Stone delivered an eloquent speech at the event honoring Diane Keaton. Also in attendance were Woody Allen, Reese Witherspoon (in Miu Miu), Al Pacino, Morgan Freeman, Sarah Silverman and Rachel McAdams (in Johanna Ortiz).
Stone’s latest style is just another glance at her love of gold. At this year’s Academy Awards, the La La Land actress looked stunning in a custom, golden Givenchy Haute Couture gown — that took a jaw-dropping 1,700 hours to create.
“The entire dress was hand beaded onto lace,” Stone’s stylist Petra Flannery told PEOPLE of the gown designed by Riccardo Tisci.
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“It took over 1,700 hours and a team of 11 from the Givenchy Atelier. It’s a beaded wonder. When you see it up close it’s a marvel of various golden colors, shapes and sizes.”
Although Stone initially envisioned a silver dress, Flannery said the way the gold complemented Stone’s blonde hair was too good to pass up.
“During a trip to Paris earlier in the year we saw the beading samples and we selected the beautiful gold, amber and crystal colors,” the stylist told PEOPLE.