W magazine's February issue boasts actress Emma Stone on the cover, wearing the Monica Rich Kosann poesy ring. We've slowly realized that Stone herself is a lot like the poesy ring; a smart and clever beauty that - though minimal and classic on the outside - always has something more that's hidden on the inside that you're curious to find the answer to.
We've been in love with Emma Stone since her debut in Superbad - the high school comedy where she stars alongside Jonah Hill and Michael Cera. Even then, in a mere teeshirt and jeans baking in Home Ec. (remember home ec.?), we knew this girl was going to be a force to be reckoned with in both the acting and style worlds; she just has that look. It's a rare image; one that involves a combination of girl next door, classicism and also features that beget curiosity.
When you watch Emma, there's always something about her features you didn't notice before that you're noticing in a new role. Whether it was her curls in The Help, her girl-next-door smile in Spiderman, her unexpected mannerisms in Cabaret, or her dark eyes in her newest movie Birdman (a probably Oscar contender), there's always something about Emma that surprises you. It made her the perfect subject to wear our poesy in this month's W, especially when she is at the peak of her career both stylistically and artistically.
Take a tour through some of our favorite style moments from Emma Stone throughout her career...