Born in Paris in 1990, Emma Watson, who became famous as a star child, is today as popular as you can imagine. The young actress was discovered and appreciated by the whole world at the age of nine thanks to the famous Harry Potter saga. In the epic fantasy, Watson interprets the group’s “nerd”: Hermione Granger, a role that will bring her liking and fame in the years to come.
At the end of the shooting of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part Two the actress, now twenty-one, played Lucy in the film Marilyn together with a cast of excellent actors. It is her debut to stardom. Then, in 2013, she starred in the film Bling Ringdirected by Sofia Coppola and in the following years she launched a series of other successes until 2017, the year she won the part of Belle in the Disney fantasy Beauty and the Beast.
But acting is not the only passion of Emma Watson, the star is in fact a very involved woman and promoter of gender equality, much to be nominated Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations.
And what about her style? Certainly, it has evolved over time, going from the first official photo of her as a little girl in a lilac T-shirt, miniskirt and sneakers in 2000 to the numerous evening dresses sported in the last years. Her first love is perhaps Chanel: thanks to the couture dresses that the creative director of the maison, Karl Lagerfeld, created for her on more than one occasion. We remember her beautiful and flawless in a long black and white dress in Cannes in 2013. Or in a black & gold version with lots of feathers on the occasion of the Raisa Gorbachev gala dinner. Ethereal in white Alexander McQueen, structured as a Greek peplum. Or still contemporary and very British for the Burberry press campaign. And for the Golden Globes? Total black of course. Emma wore a beautiful Dior couture dress in 2014, while in 2018 she delighted us with a long dress by Ronald van der Kemp. Classy and faboulous.