Emma Stone’s 2019 Oscar Gown Took 712 Hours To DesignPublished on February 24, 2019.
Emma Stone stepped out at the 2019 Oscar awards wearing an intricate Louis Vuitton number along with dark brunette tresses.
Her look was a rich shade of chocolate brown and featured a textured, checkered print. The dress had dramatic, sculptural shoulders and a sleek, body-skimming shape. She pulled her fresh brunette locks in a polished low bun and opted for a minimal makeup look.
It’s no surprise that Stone opted to wear Louis Vuitton to the event as she’s currently the celebrity face of the French fashion house. Louis Vuitton dished the details to PEOPLE about what was involved in crafting the couture gown, “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.”
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Check out Emma’s bold 2019 Oscar look below: