290 notes & June 20, 2012 Emma and Andrew and the idiots of Teen Vogue TEEN VOGUE:Emma, I have to ask about your hair color— ANDREW GARFIELD:Why? Why is that important? EMMA STONE:I think that people— TV:People don't usually get to experience— ES:—all different hair colors, and they don't get to find out what it's like to feel like a different person. AG:Oh my god, this is one thing about being a girl that I will never understand. It's like hearing a different language.... Well, how do you feel? ES:I have liked being blonde lately because I was blonde when I was little. So whatever I'm going through is easier because I look in the mirror and I look like I did when I was a kid. But people do always ask that. They ask who is my style icon, what's the one thing that I can't leave my house without. I'm always like, "My clothes!" I can pretty much leave without anything. It's fine as long as I'm not naked. AG:I don't get asked that— ES:You get asked interesting, poignant questions because you are a boy.