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Emma Watson's best fashion moments


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At only 28-years-old, Emma Watson is widely known as a fashion trailblazer, experimenting with feminist styles and pushing boundaries on the red carpet.

Actress and activist Emma Watson has been walking the red carpet for 17 years, and as she turns 28 we look back at her most memorable fashion moments: 

Met Gala 2010

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In 2009, Emma was appointed as the new face of British fashion house, Burberry. This was the perfect opportunity for her to make her Met Gala debut in a custom-made gown by the brand the following year.

This daring white dress, complete with a slit through the front, was a defining moment for Emma, who at just 19 years old, was just begining to cement herself as a fashion icon. 

Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 Premiere, 2011

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Perhaps her most memorable dress of all time was the stunning Oscar de la Renta that she wore to the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 premiere in London.

With huge tulle skirt and embroidered bodice, the dress had echoes of Hermione's ball gown from earlier in the franchise, while Emma's pixie haircut was a subliminal goodbye to Hermione.

Golden Globes, 2014

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 This look was a serious game changer for Emma's style.

Wearing a red backless Dior gown, from the front this could be mistaken as any other red carpet dress. However, when Emma turned around and revealed that she had layered her dress over a pair of black cigarette trousers, the fashion world made a collective gasp.

She wasn't nominated for an award this particular year but that didn't mean she was going to blend into the crowd. 

Noah Premiere, 2014

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Emma once again proved that she was a style chameleon when she stepped out at the London premiere of Noah in this Ralph Lauren gown.

The ethereal white silk dress was a very different look from the more adventurous styles she'd been wearing on the red carpet - serene in it's simplicity. 

 Met Gala, 2016

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This Calvin Klein look from the Met Gala 2016, divided fashion critics.

The black and white bodice and long flowing skirt were layered over a pair of wide-leg trousers, echos Emma's Golden Globes look from 2014. The best part of this look, however, was that it was entirely sustainable.

The three-piece look was all woven from fabrics made of recycled plastic bottles, so not only was this a fashion moment it was a statement from Emma Watson, the activist. 

Beauty and The Beast Shanghai Premiere, 2017

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This incredible Elie Saab embroidered gown was another step into sustainable style for Emma.

This dress was made using left-over fabrics from previous Elie Saab haute couture collections, which meant that it helped to eliminate waste as well as creating this breathtaking look.

Looking every inch the fairytale princess, Emma teamed her dress with a beautiful cape made from the same fabric.

The Circle Premiere, 2017

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 For the French premiere of her film, The Circle, Emma chose this Miu Miu gown.

The custom made satin dress was hand embroidered with crystal flowers, and was held up using crystal covered straps.

This dress was an echo back to the fairytale gowns from the Beauty and the Beast press tour, and a step away from her more tailored dress over trousers looks. 

The Oscars Vanity Fair Party, 2018   

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 The final, and most recent Emma Watson look is this choice from the recent Academy Awards Vanity Fair after party.

Emma stood in solidarity to the recent 'Times Up' movement and wore a black vintage Ralph Lauren dress.

The real focal point of the look however, was the 'Times Up' tattoo on her arm, once again using the red carpet as an opportunity to make a political statement. That tattoo made this look truly unforgettable. 

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