Dolled up in J. Mendel dresses and David Yurman jewels, the girls of up-and-coming Hollywood tell the magazine where they come from and just where their going.
Emma‘s bit: “Emma Stone, 21, emerged from the Judd Apatow comedy crew, having held her own in Superbad, as Jonah Hillâ€™s way-cool, super-smokinâ€™ home-ec partner, and she struck gold with Zombieland. But her comedy credentials go all the way back to Arizona, where she grew up idolizing Gilda Radner and Molly Shannon and cut her teeth with a local theater troupe. At age 15â€”after giving her parents a PowerPoint presentation about ditching high school for a career in actingâ€”she left with her mother for Hollywood, where she grew into that alluring raspy voice and the Jessica Rabbit looks.”
Vanity Fair March 2010 Behind-The-Scenes Cover Shoot