Emma Stone, Vogue

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Just days after Katy Perry did the Charleston through an awards gala in a top-to-toe tribute to Nucky Thompson, here comes a 21st-century flapper look done right. (Honestly, at this point, is there any way Emma Stone could do wrong?)

In case you're wondering, yes, the color of that chemise dress on the cover of Vogue is sometimes called burnt rose, probably because Emma is the only girl in Hollywood other than Jennifer Lawrence who is totally on fire...

All hail The Amazing Spider-Man actress in a dress and coat by Nina Ricci, which set off her blond locks to perfection. Even more impressive? This is the first Vogue cover for Andrew Garfield's 23-year-old girlfriend.

The hard liquid eyeliner adds a touch of Jodie Foster, who, coincidentally, also did a 1920s look for a musical she did as a teen called Bugsy Malone.

We could go on like this forever. Somebody stop us.

Read the full story at Vogue here!

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