Dec 8, 2016 @ 6:00 PM
Emily Blunt's Red Carpet Style
1. In Valentino, 2016
2. In Stella McCartney, 2015
Blunt walked the Cannes red carpet in an elegant crystal-adorned gown for the premiere of Sicario.
3. In Prada, 2015
For the London premiere of Sicario, Blunt selected a glamorous metallic column trimmed with red satin.
4. In Christian Dior, 2015
A textured strapless design with mesh overlay was Blunt's dress of choice for the Toronto Film Festival premiere of Sicario, which she accented with vibrant two-tone Sophia Webster sandals.
5. In Dior, 2015
Channeling Old Hollywood-glamour at the Dior Haute Couture show, Blunt selected a gorgeous white gabardine peplum dress and accessories from the label.
6. In Michael Kors, 2015
A sleek black belted halter dress reflected Blunt's sophisticated aesthetic at the HFPA Annual Grants Banquet.
7. In Ulyana Sergeenko, 2015
For the New York City premiere of Sicario, hosted at the Museum of Modern Art, Blunt wore a structural dress adorned with artful scalloped beading.
8. In Jonathan Saunders, 2015
The sunny hues of Blunt's striped ombre ensemble proved appropriate for a Sicario photocall during San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain.
9. In Christopher Kane, 2015
To attend a Vanity Fair and Barneys York dinner benefiting Oxfam, the actress chose the clean lines of a navy off-the-shoulder dress detailed with green and white striping.
10. In Jenny Packham, 2015
Blunt attended the Audi Polo Challenge in a blush-hued silk chiffon halter dress tied off with a neck bow.
11. In Peter Pilotto, 2015
Blunt forewent the standard little black dress in favor of one playfully embroidered with bright pops of color at a unite4:humanity event.
12. In Elisabetta Franchi, 2015
A navy jumpsuit proved Blunt's sartorial versatility while attending the American Institute for Stuttering's Freeing Voices Changing Lives Gala in N.Y.C.
13. In Peter Pilotto, 2015
The wool-and-jacquard dress that the actress wore for a Sicario photocall during Cannes featured eyelets and metal embellishments that playfully alluded to classic board games.
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