Emily Blunt's Three Outfits for 'Edge of Tomorrow' Premieres

The actress flew around the world with Tom Cruise for the screening of their new film, which showed in three locations on one day.
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Ahead of Edge of Tomorrow's release on June 6, Emily Blunt flew across the globe within a one-day period with co-star Tom Cruise to promote the new science-fiction flick based on Hiroshi Sakurazaka's novel All You Need Is Kill. Though she was traveling nearly 24 hours straight, we could hardly tell she was up in the air for that long because she was glowing on the red carpet.

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Blunt kicked off the world tour in a paisley print number when she arrived for the London premiere Wednesday. The actress' bright Osman dress had the perfect pops of color -- red, blue and purple hues -- to brighten up the carpet, especially since it was a particularly gloomy morning. She complemented the feminine frock with a pair of fuchsia Kurt Geiger heels.

Next up was the film screening in Paris, where she arrived in a semi-transparent, leather two-piece made by London-based designer David Koma. The sultry look -- which was styled with Graziela Gems ear cuffs and Melissa Kaye rings -- was perfected by the actress' makeup: cat-eye liner and light coral lips.

To wrap up the tour with her last stop in New York, the actress stepped out in a red Prada gown with a sharply defined neckline. Styled by Jessica Paster, who also helped with the star's other two looks, Blunt stunned in the hip-hugging dress. It's almost hard to believe she gave birth to a baby girl only three months ago. She completed her look with a pink metallic Prada clutch and Lorraine Schwartz jewels, as well as the perfect pink lip shade and clean, slick bun.

We think it's safe to say, Blunt has won the red carpet circuit for being best-dressed at three separate occasions in a single day. Well done.

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