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Inside Emily Blunt’s bombshell transformation for the 2024 Critics Choice Awards

When Barbenheimer The phenomenon spanned two summer films to blockbuster glory, it was clear how divergent the films were in terms of the trajectories of their female characters. The stereotypical Barbie she plays Margot Robbie in Greta Gerwig‘s candy-bright candy, ends up trading the plasticine perfection of her Malibu Dreamhouse for a mixed bag of real-world freedom. In the case of Kitty Oppenheimer – the wife of the so-called American Prometheus, brought to a suffocating life Emily Blunt in Christopher Nolanbiopic—she’s still, figuratively speaking, locked in a box. Ultimately relegated to the role of wife and mother, the biologist remains unfulfilled, «shriek against the constraints of womanhood at the time,» Blunt says in the documentary. video about her Oppenheimer a performance that garnered numerous Best Supporting Actress nominations. Kitty is «a really brilliant brain that got lost at the ironing board and she suffered for it».

Blunt donned a Giorgio Armani Privé gown with the help of stylist Jessica Paster.

By Jenny Jones.

If Kitty has the power of an unexploded weapon that Blunt unleashed on Sunday Critics Choice Awards 2024 was pure bomb – red sequins glowing like fire under the lights. «We wanted to put a modern twist on old Hollywood,» the stylist Jessica Pasteur he says on the phone shortly after Blunt left for camp carpet. (She joined her Oppenheimer cast members on stage to accept the award for Best Ensemble.) “The moment I saw the dress, I knew I wanted it for Emily. I said, ‘Please put it down — I just don’t know what for!'» Such was the coup de foudre he caused last July when a Giorgio Armani Privé one-shoulder look appeared in a photo. runway. “The movie is set in the 1940s and 1950s, and that’s what I love about this silhouette,” says Paster. «More importantly,» she adds, «it has femininity, but it’s a very strong dress.»

Makeup artist Jenn Streicher went through countless lipsticks in search of that exact shade of red—Chanel’s 31 Le Rouge in Rouge Privé.

By Jenny Jones.

Much of that magnetism—glamour at its most basic—is due to Blunt’s personality, witty, cerebral and warm. Another quotient is her core team. “We all get along,” says Paster, speaking of the others in the creative triumvirate: Jenn Streicher for makeup Laini Reeves on the hair. Streicher comes to the phone and follows their origin story to the following awards season in 2007 The Devil Wears Prada. “I actually worked with her husband, John (Krasinski), and they just started dating,» the make-up artist recalls. «I was like, ‘Yeah, if you ever need someone, let me know.'» The next week, Blunt called about the SAG Awards. «John always says she stole me from him,» Streicher says with a laugh.

The red shoes are by Alexander Birman; Hairstylist Laini Reeves, working with the hair line Burgeon, provides rosette buns.

By Jenny Jones.



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