EMMA Stone could melt the hardest of hearts as she poses in a shot for Vogue magazine.

The star of The Amazing Spider-Man wears a simple red and white wool dress as she pouts alluring at the camera.

The 23-year-old, who sprang to fame as a sassy redhead in films like Easy A and Zombieland, has returned to its natural blonde for her role as Gwen Stacey. And the smokey make-up and pale lipstick complete the classy look of the snaps by Mario Testino.

On the cover of the magazine the up-and-coming star is dressed in a sheer black lace negligee, staring confidently at the camera.

The 23-year-old actress opened up to the mag about her craft, labels and working with Andrew Garfield.

On working alongside Andrew: “As an actor, I learned a lot from working with Andrew, in terms of his approach and the way he works. He’s incredibly giving.”

On the label of ‘movie star’: “The concept of movie star is something that you can never wrap your head around. Not being a cog in a machine, there being guys in New York with cameras—it feels like it’s happening to a different person. That loss of anonymity, not being able to just sit and watch in certain circumstances, is very strange and very new.” On taking her craft more seriously now: “It’s such a fun job, and it can be silly and light and about making people laugh. I think I was doing it a disservice by thinking it’s not something ultimately important. I always was saying, ‘I’m not saving lives; I’m not a brain surgeon.’ And that’s true—I’m not saving anyone from any life-threatening illnesses. But I get to tell stories, and that’s a pretty important task.” Emma, who worked with famed photographer Mario Testino on her shoot, explained she liked fashion because “it makes them feel like it’s an extension of themselves.”