In honor of the designer's debut at Prada this week.
Here's hoping for a "timeless" red carpet.
This was definitely not typical celebrity airport style.
The most important red carpet of all.
"I worked my way up," says the two-time Oscar nominee.
How the film's hair, makeup and costume designers transformed Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz and Olivia Colman into 18th-Century aristocrats.
From the Emmys and fashion month to premieres and parties, there were so, so many stylish moments this week.
While Emma Stone's include Middle Earth-style elf robes and a retro femme fatale suit.
The ads, for Pre-Fall 2018, are part of the house's "Spirit of Travel" series.
"The object was to toughen Emma up a bit," said costume designer Mary Zophres, who also dressed the star in "La La Land."
Costume designers William Ivey Long, Clint Ramos and Paloma Young, plus triple threat Sutton Foster count 10 trophies among them.
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Though the nominees all seem to have gotten differing memos re: the dress code.
On Sunday, there was no such thing as too much sparkle.
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Costume designer Mary Zophres also introduced Ryan Gosling to the perfect skinny tie.
Amidst the dumpster fire that is 2016, we can thank the man upstairs for "La La Land" — and for Gosling in a Gucci suit.
Looks like everyone got the memo!
Ditto that ruffled tiny peplum, which is no small feat.
Marion and Emma and Lupita, oh my!
Plus, Emma Stone answers 73 questions for "Vogue."
The actress stars in the upcoming musical movie "La La Land" with Ryan Gosling.