Not only did Emma Watson take on the green carpet challenge back in 2015, committing to wear only ethically made clothes; but she was also successful in continuing her ethical fashion streak for her Beauty and the Beast press tour, embracing designs that make her look like a real life princess!
The outfits from the tour were so flattering that she set up an Instagram account to catalogue them all – and we’re glad she did!
What’s surprising pleasant is that not only did she ensure that the outfits were ethically made, but the make-up was also certified organic, using only cruelty free products. The outfit sketches and lengthy Instagram captions crediting her team for the beautifully crafted pieces are definitely worth a read.
Here are some of our favorite picks from her Beauty and the Beast Press Tour –
At the Shanghai premiere wearing Elie Saab Haute Couture cape gown made out of leftover fabric from the designer’s couture collection. “The dress is made from 15 meters of tulle, embroidered with silk thread, sequins, beads and stones, five meters of illusion tulle and four meters of crepe georgette silk”, said Watson.
At the London screening wearing Emilia Wickstead custom bespoke cascading gown crafted out of unwanted fabric sourced from a team in London who specializes in couture fabric.
At the first ever public screening of the film in Paris, wearing an off-the-runway Oscar de la Renta piece made entirely in-house at the Oscar de la Renta NYC atelier, from organic fabric.
One of the edgy outfits from her tour, Emma rocked the custom made Louis Vuitton dress with equal elegance, created out of recycled polyester.
Wearing a hand-crafted Oscar de la Renta white dress paired with a black tee in the form of an extravagant bow and handmade jewellery, while conducting interviews in LA.
At the LA premiere of the film wearing a two-piece Oscar de le Renta ensemble, wearing the same pair of trousers from the Paris premiere, with a braided updo and adding a pop of lip colour.
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