PHOTOS: Emma Stone Channels Her Inner Bad Girl For Interview

Emma Stone looks like a total badass for Interview‘s September issue, and we really wouldn’t want to be caught in a dark alley with her.

We got a glimpse at the amazing cover over the weekend — who needs clothes when you’ve got a seriously cool Chanel necklace? While we thought that the grainy texture, oversaturated hues, and blurred image was due to a scan, it turns out that it was done on purpose. The corresponding spread has the same printer-is-low-on-toner feel, and it’s actually refreshing and cool!

In the Karl Templer-styled and Mikael Jansson-lensed spread, Stone models sexy, tough wares by the likes of Balenciaga, Lanvin, Christopher Kane, Haider Ackermann, and Yves Saint Laurent. Fun fact: we’ve already seen a similar version of the mesh YSL number on Selena Gomez and Karlie Kloss. Do we even have to ask who wore it better?

Director Cameron Crowe spoke with the 23-year-old actress in a wide-ranging interview about her career (“A lot of times I feel like people come up to me because they think I’m like my character in Easy A, or because they’ve seen me in interviews, but really what they’re a fan of is a movie or a character.”), escaping the blisteringly hot Arizona summer (“Arizona is the worst place to spend the summer — it’s like 125 degrees — so my mom, my brother, and I would go to the beach for two months to escape the heat.”), and heartbreak.

Don’t worry, she’s not referring to Andrew Garfield — those two are still very much together, and very much adorable.

“My first heartbreak was at 14. I was crawling on the floor. I remember throwing up. I remember being on the floor . . . I have never felt anything quite like that. It was so visceral. It’s like someone has killed you and you have to live through it and watch it happen … It was awful.”

Gah, we just want to hug her.

Check out pics from Stone’s badass spread below:

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