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Emma Stone Suffers Dress Malfunction Before 2012 Met Ball's After-Party

May 9, 2012 (6:17 am) GMT
The 'Amazing Spider-Man' actress is forced to put on a patent maroon coat on top of her cherry red dress after discovering a rip below the zip fastening in the couture creation.

has her fair share of wardrobe mishap on the biggest night of the year in fashion. As she made her way to the after-party of this year's Costume Institute Gala on Monday, May 7 night, the actress playing Skeeter in "" discovered that her couture evening gown had a rip below the zip fastening.

One of the photos taken displays Stone showing off the hole to the Lanvin dress' designer Alber Elbaz on the backseat of a car. It was reported that Elbaz looked on with horror at the tear. The malfunction didn't hinder the 23-year-old beauty from attending the bash though. She was later seen putting a patent maroon coat on top of the dress.

Stone's trouble with the cherry red dress that features hand embroidered crystal flowers seemed to have begun earlier that evening. The "" star was spotted getting a helping hand from fellow actresses and with the frock on the steps of New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The dress' trouble aside, the Gwen Stacy of "" looked chic at the annual fashion event. She completed her red carpet look with an updone hairstyle by Mara Roszak and a pair of satin black pumps from the Hiver 2011 Runway Collection.

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