This young woman embodies class and characterises British style. She certainly hasn't gone unnoticed in the fashion world, scooping up ambassador and designer collaboration deals since coming of age. Armed with charisma, confidence and a wardrobe of sheer brilliance, Emma Watson manages to inspire through her timeless yet innovative ensembles.
Watson’s new pixie cut, famously shot as the cover of UK Vogue and US Marie Claire, has received a positive reception. By shedding her locks, Watson has divulged herself of the Hermione persona and is consistently delivering style that is above-par, tasteful and most charming.
Last season’s pastel-pretty knots, drapes and gathers from Christopher Bailey’s Burberry Prorsum collection were graced by the presence of Watson. The campaign, sophisticated with an ultra fresh edge, breathed excitement into the house’s traditional style. The beauty of Burberry’s trench and tartan were taken to a whole new level of youthful energy and femininity. The previous season marked Watson’s induction as the face of the brand as the flawless Burberry trench was put in the spotlight.
Effortlessly, Watson sends the media into a frenzy by stepping out in her designer wares. Remember that front-row shot of Emma with the stunning Gwyneth at Burberry Prorsum S/S ’10 show? Or that sheer caged Christopher Kane dress she wore to The Late Show with David Letterman. More recently, at the London premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, her Rafael Lopez frock teamed with a Remembrance Day poppy and pixie cut proved Watson isn't afraid to showcase a little sass. She delivered the heart of Calvin Klein most recently at the NYC premiere and even wore our very own Dion Lee, sending his name spiralling into cyber search-engines, all the while creating proof that Emma Watson epitomises classic glamour today.
Having secured a partnership with ethical and fair-trade clothing label People Tree, Watson wears her moral heart on her shoulder through her designs for the charity line. "I wanted to help People Tree produce a younger range because I was excited by the idea of using fashion as a tool to alleviate poverty and knew it was something I could help make a difference with." Emma commented via her official website. Find the collection here.
As she conquers the industry, and even poverty, the movements, success and style of Emma Watson will be closely followed by the media and, of course, her avid style-hunting fans.