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Emma Stone Goes Sci-Fi-Chic for Interview Magazine



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Emma Stone in Chanel and Eddie Borgo jewelry for her cover shoot.

 Talk about a Stone-cold fox!

Funny girl Emma Stone spices things up with a sleek and sci-fi-inspired cover shoot for the new issue of Interview. Has somebody been watching Blade Runner?

Photographed by Mikael Jansson, the redhead looks like the lost love child of Ziggy Stardust with her dramatic smokey eyes, androgynous up-do, and hardcore designs like spikey Eddie Borgo earrings, a metal Chanel neckpiece, and black leather Balenciaga dress.

Surrounded by a gang of too-cool-for-school male models, the Revlon beauty ambassador also models futuristic designs from Lanvin, Yves Saint Laurent, Christopher Kane, Luby & Lemerald, Haider Ackermann, Versace, and Lynn Ban for the intentionally blurry shoot.

And who is Stone's celebrity interviewer? None other than director Cameron Crowe, who chats with the 23-year-old about her childhood vacations, trusting her gut (which apparently sounds like a "little old man shouting things out"), and (awww) going through heartbreak before pairing up with current boyfriend Andrew Garfield.

"I was crawling on the floor," she recalls. "I remember throwing up ... within the hour. I remember being on the floor ... I have never felt anything quite like that. It was so visceral. It's like someone has killed you and you have to live through it and watch it happen ... It was awful."

Oh, pass the Ben & Jerry's! Meanwhile, the natural blonde also dishes on how Hollywood determined her hair color.


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Smokin': Stone wears Christopher Kane (left) and Haider Ackermann (right).

"I had to dye it read for Superbad," she tells Crowe. "They didn't let me go back to blonde until Spider-Man—the collective 'they.' I came in with brown hair and Judd [Apatow] asked me to dye it red for the camera test, so I was already cast in the movie. It was just a thing that happened. Now I'm back to my roots. But I get a lot of questions about hair color. People are very into talking about hair. Why do you think that is? Is it because I'm a girl?"

Um, probably. But no matter. Brown, blonde, red—we love this girl all the same.

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