Emma, who is fast becoming a style icon herself, was asked by Vanity Fair magazine who she admired as style icons.
Beside Blanchett, she singled out Sofia Coppola, known for her understated stye, French singer and actress Francoise Hardy, who is now 72 and Lauren Bacall, who is now 89.
Who knew that Emma was so tapped into Hollywood’s Golden era?
Emma is also no slave to labels. She said she still likes to find a good bargain at Topshop and often cruises the vintage shops in London’s trendy Notting Hill for unique finds.
“I love shops with a unique point of view. In London, I buy my lingerie from Tallulah. I do my vintage shopping in Notting Hill. English Topshop is hard to beat,” she told the magazine.
“In Paris, I will always go to Isabel Marant. In New York, there is a great shop called Otte, and another called Bird.
In California, there is this great boutique called Anaïse where I stock up on beautiful hand-crafted hair accessories.
For people who can’t shot the world, Emma recommends Net-a-Porter or Shopbop online.
Unlike many celebrities who are only spotted wearing something once, the 24-year-old actress explained how she likes to recycle her wardrobe.
“[For] day to day, my trusty Alexander Wang Kori ankle boots or Tabitha Simmons suede Early booties get me through most daytime occasions.
“For night time, I almost always wear my Prada pointed-toe suede pumps. I’ve had my pair five years now, and they are still perfect and go with everything.
“Every day I wear a tiny, drop diamond necklace on a sweet gold chain from Catbird, a very special Jennifer Meyer gold bar necklace that was a birthday present, and my tiny rings from Hirotaka, Boucheron, and one vintage one.”
Emma also shared her admiration for designer brands BLK DNM, J Brand and Mui Mui.
Is Emma a fashion name-dropper or what?
Check out her new daring style from her recent appearance at the Valentino show at Paris Fashion Week Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2014-2015.
The show was held at Hotel Salomon de Rothschild last month.