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Family legacy: “The scent my mom always wore was Miss Dior. That was my first smell of perfume, so Dior has been in my nostrils since I was a child. And it’s so weird that I have my own fragrance now!”
Creative vision: “About eight months ago or so, I went to Paris to visit the laboratory with François [Demachy, Dior’s perfumer- creator]. He had been carrying around the scent for about a year and adding to it. So I got to smell all the different ingredients, and it was just such a cool experience. I had no idea what went into making a perfume. It’s also fascinating how one note will smell one way, and then when you pair it with another it smells completely different.”
Signature scent: “I like that Joy is not too strong; it’s very airy. It’s floral with a hint of sandalwood, and I think it’s modern but classic. It just seems to be kind of open and not over-whelming, which is the number-one thing I don’t like about perfumes.”
Brow must: “My grandma told me that I need to pay closer attention to my eyebrows at one point, so I now do.”
Fresh- faced: “If I don’t have an event, I normally don’t wear makeup. Since I often get it done professionally, I’m probably better off staying away from my face. I have learned nothing from the pros—ha!”
SKIN & HAIR
Smooth move: “I exfoliate every night, and it really doesn’t matter what I use. You can kind of use anything grainy, so I change it up.”
Less is more: “I have really dry skin, so I use night cream, and I always do this very thick mask. I can’t remember the name of the brand, but it doesn’t smell very good!”
Skin-care philosophy: “I think it’s important to change up facial products, but I do use retinol under my night cream every night. It says not to use it every night, but I always say,‘Fuck it.’”
SPF: “During the day, I use sunblock. It doesn’t matter what, but I always make sure it has zinc in it.”
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Friendship, to Emma Stone, is pretty much everything. Which is why the star and executive producer of Netflix’s Maniac—and face of Louis Vuitton’s new fragrance—requested that she be interviewed by her longtime pal Jennifer Lawrence (who calls her by her real name, Emily). The two got together in New York to discuss Emma’s new project, living life in the public eye, and turning the big 3-0.
Come along as ELLE listens in.
Jennifer Lawrence: Okay, let’s get things started! Emily, you’re the best. Care to comment?
Emma Stone: Um, oh God. Uh, no comment.
Next: You’re so pretty. How’d you get like that?
[Laughs] What’s the Bridesmaids line you always say?
That you smell like pinecones and you look like Cinderella. Care to comment?
She says that to me all the time.
Interviewing is very nerve-racking! I’m just gonna start with my list. So, Emily, you and I have never talked about acting because we’re not douchelords. So now we should talk about acting.
When you act, do you use your imagination? Do you use wounds from the past?
That’s a good question!
I know; I’m a great interviewer.
Well, I tend to use a lot of stuff that has actually happened in my life, and I pull from feelings that came with certain experiences. Then it at least feels productive to have all these feelings [laughs], which is why I started acting in general. And I guess I use my imagination to an extent.
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