Emily Blunt's Red-Hot Date Night Dress Had Little Heart-Shaped Pockets

This is far from a breakup post.

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Emily Blunt and John Krasinski, aka Hollywood It couple and blueprint for marriage, always wear their hearts on their sleeves during interviews (remember that time The Office alum said that their kids think Emily married him "out of charity?") Well now, Blunt is wearing her heart on her pockets, quite literally.

On Thursday, the two attended the Clooney Foundation for Justice's 2023 Albie Awards in New York City and made it their own personal date night in the process. For the special occasion, Blunt wore a fiery red fitted Zuhair Murad gown with heart-shaped pockets on her hips. Bedazzled bangles and diamond chandelier earrings from Lorraine Schwartz accessorized the floor-skimming column dress, and her hair was tightly slicked into a curly, half-up party pony.

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Her minimal glam, which consisted of feathered lashes and a pink lip, allowed her striking dress a moment in the spotlight.

At the event, the Blunt-Krasinski duo were joined by some of Hollywood's surviving couples (the list seems to be dwindling by the day) including Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig, Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber, Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig, Luciana and Matt Damon, Nina Dobrev and Shawn White, Julianne Moore and Bart Freundlich, and more. Of course, the whole event was put on by the industry's royal couple, George and Amal Clooney. The second annual awards (named after Justice Albie Sachs) honored and celebrated defenders of justice (like Amal) including journalists, human rights activists, defenders of democracy, and women's rights activists.

"Well, we're really happy. This is our second Albies," the human rights lawyer told Entertainment Tonight. "We hope to do it every year and it's really an honor to be able to put on a stage tonight five amazing people. Many of whom we worked with in Ukraine and Congo and Syria, and places that still, you know, sometimes seem to be forgotten."

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