Emma Watson’s Style Is Truly Magical
If you were amazed by Emma Watson for her portrayal of Hermione in the Harry Potter series, wait until you see her immaculate fashion. The beloved star, born on April 15, 1990, recently celebrated her birthday and turned 30 years old. It’s hard to believe we’ve been with Watson for so long, with the actress only 11 years old when Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone was released in November 2001. Beautiful then and beautiful now, inside and out.
Watson has grown so much in her career regarding her acting skills, appearance, and personality. She is an outspoken feminist who uses her media platforms and influences to advocate for gender equality. Watson believes in an ethical fashion sense and uses her style and fame to encourage others to wear clothing that is cruelty-free, manufactured in zero-waste factories, and made of ethically sourced material. To showcase her fashion, Watson has a separate Instagram account to show off her stylish looks.
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Fun night at the world premiere of @wearethecircle at the @tribeca film festival! The white @Burberry off-the-shoulder gown is crafted from 100% organic silk. It’s created using traditional techniques in an Italian workshop where female artisans, some of whom started as apprentices, represent 80% of the workforce. Fairtrade gold ear cuff by @anakhouri and recycled gold choker by @catbirdnyc. Earrings are also made from recycled gold, by @moniquepean. In an effort to limit the ecological damage and human toll caused by gold mining, Monique Péan uses only 18-carat recycled gold in its fine jewellery pieces. The “crisp packet” clutch bag is made in Italy by @anyahindmarch. This bag was created with 3D scans of the perfect crisp packet (British Walkers crisps, salt and vinegar flavour!), using over 100 cameras mounted on tripods. The scanned model was then cast and worked by a second generation minaudière maker in Florence. Shoes from @manoloblahnikhq #30wears Fashion info validated by @ecoage #ecoloves
Above, Watson rocks a Burberry gown made from 100% organic silk at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival for the premiere of The Circle. It was created using traditional techniques in an Italian workshop, where female artisans make up 80% of the workforce.
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Le Bristol makes its own honey on the roof! 🇫🇷 🐝 ❤ The @edun trousers are created by artisans in Burkina Faso, featuring a zipper made from recycled brass. EDUN is building long-term, sustainable growth opportunities by supporting manufacturers, community-based initiatives and partnering with African artists and artisans. Top is @breelayneofficial and made in downtown LA by local artisans from mesh and lined in silk. Both materials were leftovers discarded by other designers, and were bought to recycle and repurpose in new garments. For every item sold, a tree is planted. Bag made in a family-owned factory in Alicante, Spain by @m2malletier. The factory was opened in 1981 by shoe designer Jaime Romero and his wife. Today, 25 artisans from the local town of Sax work in the factory and have been working there for at least 15 years. Everything is handcrafted using skills and traditions which have been passed down generations. Shoes @creaturesofcomfort, crafted in a small factory just outside of Florence. Creatures of Comfort recently participated in #womentogether and #whyimarch campaigns donating a portion of its proceeds to Planned Parenthood and the ACLU and SPL Center. The brand is also participating in a campaign headed by Women for Women International that supports women in war zones. @shiffonco jewellery made in New York City. Half the profit from Shiffon's pinky ring collection and 10% of profits from all other Shiffon products directly fund seed grants for female entrepreneurs and companies that promote the well-being of women. Through partnering with One Young World, Shiffon has been able to reach a growing group of young innovators across the globe. All fashion info verified by @ecoage All beauty brands are cruelty-free and formulated using both natural, mineral and organic ingredients. Beauty info verified by @contentbeauty
What do you think of Emma Watson’s style?