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Style: March 8th Candid

Hello all! How are you? I had a little bit of free time today so I made the guide for the most recent candid. Back in early March Emma was spotted walking in LA in a very easy to recreate look made up of some basic pieces. I hope you all enjoy this guide. Until next time! Continue reading

Style: 03/07 Candid

Hello everyone!! Again, I’m sorry for the lack of activity lately, but I’ve been really busy :/ Today I finally managed to finish an oldish candid look of Emma getting to LAX airport during the BatB press tour. I also added some new matches to the SiriusXM/Good Morning America guide and the 05/25 candid in NYC. Enjoy!

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Style: The Circle Paris Press Event

Hi everyone!! So sorry for the lack of updates; I’ve been busy with other things so I’m afraid the site has taken a back seat. Today I finally managed to finish a guide for one of Emma’s looks during the press tour of The Circle in Paris. I loved the look, what did you think?

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Style: Visiting Lilongwe, Malawi

Hi gals! Sorry for my absence! I have a new guide today: it’s the second look Emma wore while she was in Malawi with UN Women, meeting with young activists discussing the issues girls face there. I’ll try to post the guide for her appearance at the MoMa Film Benefit soon!

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Style: Regression Press Tour – Days 1 & 2

Hi everyone!! As I mentioned, Emma is currently in Madrid promoting her new film, Regression, which means she’s doing quite a few interview rounds. Today I have the first three guides; one from Wednesday, the first day of promotion, and the other two are from yesterday. Next I’ll be working on yesterday’s photocall and today’s round.

It’s worth mentioning that Emma and her style team are making an effort to work only with companies that share a commitment to eco-friendly and humane design, and artisanal craftsmanship: “Inspired to consider the whole process of creating a fashion look, we are thinking about all the people, pieces and moving parts! This rack includes designers that are considering local craft and production, artisan skills, the environment, sustainability and the longevity of fashion!” (from her stylist, Sarah Slutsky)

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