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July 21, 2011  | by: Stephenie Miller

Celebrities at the "Friends With Benefits" Premiere

Monday night, stars and supporters of the movie “Friends With Benefits” traveled to New York for the movie’s premiere.  The wardrobe choice for the ladies seemed to be red dresses.  Emmanuelle Chriqui, Mila Kunis and Emma Stone all looked stunning in red, but pulled it off in different ways.

Entourage star, Emmanuelle Chriqui, wore a strapless minidress.  The sexy red number showed off Emmanuelle’s tiny frame. She kept her accessories simple by choosing nude slingback, peep toe heels and a nude clutch.

Mila Kunis also wore a red dress but she went with an off-the-shoulder Lanvin piece.  The figure-hugging dress had an interesting tea-length hemline giving the look a retro feel.  She finished off the look with gold jewelry and black heels.

Emma Stone was the most daring with her red carpet look.  The Giambattista Valli look consisted of a long sleeve, red knit top with a bright pink skirt.  The shoulder pads, the two large peplums on the skirt and the overall color blocking makes Emma Stone’s look high fashion.  She pulled her hair back into a ponytail and wore nude heels, letting the outfit stand alone.

The red outfits popped on the red carpet and made all of the ladies shine.  ”Friends With Benefits” hits theaters this Friday.

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