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Emma Watson is back in the public eye and bringing her style to the A-game.
On Monday, the British actress attended Paris Fashion Week with a front row seat at the Schiaparelli Fall 2022 couture show, where she attended euphoria star hunter shepherd and singers Rina Sawayama (both dressed in little black dresses and gold accessories).
For the occasion, Watson, 32, wore a sophisticated yet casual cool girl ensemble – a structured cropped blazer with dramatic shoulders over a white button-up with a high neck, dark denim with ripped knees, fancy Dr. Marten Chelsea boots and a chic handbag with a gold handle.
She also channeled Parisian style with her beauty, sporting natural-looking tousled waves and a berry-hued lip that complemented her mascara-covered lashes and flushed cheeks.
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Watson keeps a low profile between projects, but each time she returns to the spotlight, she steps up in style.
Take her last public outing at the 2022 BAFTA Awards as an an example. That Harry Potter Star took the red carpet in one elegant gown by Oscar de la Renta – designed with a luxurious black velvet halter top and white tulle skirt – and shimmering shoulder length earrings.
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And before that little woman Star walked the red carpet at the inaugural red carpet awards show Earthshot Prize — an environmental program founded by Prince William and British naturalist Sir David Attenborough to inspire solutions to climate change – in another notable look.
Reflecting the theme of the event, she wore a black and white Custom made upcycled wedding dress by Harris Reedcomplete with a crochet lace and tulle bodice and flared black trousers.
“Dear fans, Rumors about whether I’m engaged or not, or whether my career is ‘on hold or not,’ are ways to generate clicks every time they turn out to be true or untrue.” she tweeted. “If I have any news – I promise I’ll share it with you.”
She ended her tweets with a positive update amid the ongoing writing about the COVID19 pandemic: “In the meantime, please assume that no news from me just means I’m quietly passing through the pandemic like most people are – do not bake sourdough bread (!). taking care of my loved ones and doing my best not to spread a virus that is still affecting so many people.”