Fashion for 2011: Emma Watson Femme Fashionista Feature
Fashion for 2011: Emma Watson Femme Fashionista FeatureIt’s time again for another femme Fashionista feature. As the PR machine for Harry Potterand the Deathly Hallows: Part Two – the final installment of the most lucrative franchise ofall time – kicks in to action, we can expect to see a lot more of the movie’s heroine, EmmaWatson, over the coming weeks. Watson has also been dipping her toe into the fashion world,first with her line for People Tree and recently her eco-friendly ‘Pure Threads’ collaborationwith Alberta Ferretti. She’s finding herself increasingly in-demand for modeling jobs andstars in a series of upcoming Lancome ads photographed by her old friend from her Burberrydays, Mario Testino. One of Hollywood’s highest paid female stars Emma Watson knows athing or two about fashion. Take a look back over her style highlights.Emma Watson photographed by Mario Testino for the December 2010 edition of Vogue
Emma Watson landed the top award as a “style icon” at the Elle Style Awards celebrationof fashion for 2011 , wearing a Hakaan pleated dress with cut-out detail on the side.
Emma Watson donned a leather-sleeved, belted Burberry macintosh on her way to theWeinstein pre-Bafta dinner in London, Feb 2011.
At the BAFTAS, Emma Watson went for a delicate one-shoulder gown by Italian couturehouse Valentino.
Girl about town: Emma in a very short, ruche dress by Carven for an appearance on the‘Today Show’ in New York. A Burberry trench from the spring/summer 2011, completes herfashion-forward look.
Watson works her black magic in New York at Harry Potter premiere in a custom-made,black satin dress designed by Francisco Costa, the creative director of women’s wear atCalvin Klein. Comprising a halter neck style and a plunging, open back, the gown marksanother revealing red carpet choice for the young actress.
A double-breasted military coat (again by Burberry, lucky girl) paired with satin platforms byCharlotte Olympia guarantee a serious entrance to The Late Show with David Letterman.
In revealing lace for posing for publicity shots.
Emma bewitched fans at the premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I. The 20year-old actress left little to the imagination in a revealing minidress by Spanish-borndesigner Rafael Lopez.
In a draped velvet dress by the French fashion house Vionnet . Her new gamine hairstylelooked as stylish as ever, and she accessorized with spiky, silver earrings. Topped off with aslick of deep red lipstick, the result was glamorously vampish.
It’s all in the details: Emma has never been one for outrageous style moves, but knows subtledetails make all the difference. Shown here with a leopard print belt at Glastonbury festival2010.
At the same festival in a Louis Vuitton autumn/winter 2010 silk corset.
All grown up: in a white Burberry gown at the Costume Institute Gala Benefit, shortly aftershe was announced as the new face of the brand.
In a gold Burberry mini dress with black Burberry platforms to the brand’s spring/summer2010 catwalk show…
… and a Proenza Schouler monochrome leather halter dress at the New York premiere of‘Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince’.
Emma has helped design two collections for eco-brand People Tree. Here she appears in theautumn/winter 2010 People Tree campaign…
… and the spring/summer 2010 People Tree campaign
On the front cover of the December 2010 issue of Vogue, photographed by Mario Testino