Emma landed the role of Hermione Granger when she was just 9 years old, and ever since, she’s had us spellbound by her growing fashion sense. In a bid to move away from the childish stranglehold of the Harry Potter films, Emma cut off the long, bookish hair of Hermione Granger, and adopted a sophisticated pixie look.
This year, Emma accepted a new contract to be the face of lancome’s “Rouge in Love” lipstick range. Rumoured to be worth £43 million, Emma is now studying English at Oxford. Throughout her career, Emma has developed a relationship with fashion, tailored to her own interests; she has lent her name to the environmental clothing range, People Tree, as well as the ethical line “Pure Threads.” You can get her magical look too, by tracking her style.
The Toronto International Film Festival
At the premier of ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower,’ Emma supported a floral, peplum mini dress, paired with pointed-toe, black heels. The sheer top and floral design reflects the trending fashions this summer, and generally looks gorgeous.
The Late Show
Turning up (we hope early!) for the Late Show, Emma wore thick, black leggings, a black top, white blazer, and Tom Ford wedges. The classic combination of black on white and the sophistication of her white blazer really makes this outfit a winner. Replicate this look at home, and match with simple fashion jewellery. Do not make the mistake of purchasing normal leggings – you need super thick material to avoid that horrendous style slip-up: translucency.
Bright reds are so in this season, and Emma really rocked her scarlet, lacy Valentino mini with silk bubble skirt; not only is this a sexy look, but the playful bow gives her outfit a sweet side. Wear red with strappy heels for an effortlessly sinful number.
Emma’s Glastonbury appearances have shown everyone her flare for giving a simple outfit a stylish twist. Easy to put together, denim shorts, a white shirt, and trainers should be matched with a statement leopard print belt.
The Late Show (Part 2)
Who would of thought it? Emma completely rocked her polka dot dress and brogues combo for ‘The Late Show.’ You can adopt this style too and make it your own for a really fun and distinct look.
The People Tree
In 2010, Emma helped design two collections for her much-loved eco-retailer, People Tree. She appeared in the Autumn/Winter line supporting a gorgeous red lumberjack shirt and a skin-tight, black skirt, all tied together with a black, studded bracelet and feather earrings. Autumn is perfect for that sexy lumberjack girl look, so revamp Emma’s style this season with lumberjack combos of your own.
Day-to-day, Emma steps back from the big designer labels and pulls out her skinny jeans, blazers, and ballet flats that work beautifully with her petite figure. At college she promises she’ll be wearing sweats and Topshop.