Emma Stone's Dazzling Oscars Gown Took 712 Hours to Design: Get All the Details
Five days and countless hours is what it took to put together the star's glamorous look for this year's Academy Awards
Emma Stone hit the red carpet in a high-fashion statement look.
The 30-year-old actress glowed at the 2019 Oscars in a burgundy Louis Vuitton gown detailed with sharp shoulder accents. The dress is embroidered sequins, pearls and beads.
Her hair is elegantly pulled back in a low bun and she opted for a smokey eye and soft lip to go with her show-stopping look. She accessorized with rings and earrings from Louis Vuitton’s High Jewelry Collection.
It’s no surprise that she stepped out wearing a head-to-toe ensemble by the French house as she is currently the current face of the luxury brand.
Bringing this design to life was no joke. “The embroidery took 712 hours plus 22 hours to adjust it after shrinkage. The artwork was made by 2 people in 5 days. It was quite difficult because the design was geometrical and we had to reduce and increase the elements dimensions without changing their total number,” Louis Vuitton told PEOPLE.
Stone is nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in The Favourite, which is up for nine additional awards. Stone previously won for Best Actress in 2017 for her performance in La La Land.
The drama motion picture takes place in early 18th century England where Queen Anne played by Olivia Coleman is too ill to govern the country, leaving it to her close friend Lady Sarah (played by Rachel Weisz) to rule. Stone’s character comes in as a new servant and becomes close to Lady Sarah — but ends up potentially becoming a threat to power.
The 91st Academy Awards are broadcasting live from Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 24 at 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT on ABC.