Actress Emma Watson appeared in a particularly idiosyncratic outfit at Paris Fashion Week.
British actress Emma Watson (32, “Little Woman”) appeared in one of her rare public appearances in her native city of Paris, France. She appeared in an unusual outfit for the Schiaparelli show as part of Paris Fashion Week.
In the unusual XXL short blazer
The ensemble consisted of a dark short blazer with XXL lapels and accentuated shoulders over a white button-up shirt with a stand-up collar. the artist combined it with jeans with tears at the knee and Dr. Martens Chelsea boots and a black handbag with gold handles.
For her hairstyle, Watson relied entirely on the naturally elegant Parisian style: her shoulder-length hair was styled in light waves. A red lipstick, eyelashes washed with mascara and blush on the cheeks complemented the look perfectly.
Emma Watson at selected events
Most recently, Emma Watson walked the red carpet at the 2022 BAFTA Awards in March. At the time, she wore an elegant Oscar de la Renta gown – with a luxurious black velvet camisole and white tulle skirt – and sparkling shoulder-length earrings.
Before that, she sported another striking look in October 2021 at the inaugural awards ceremony for the Earthshot Prize – an environmental program set up by Prince William, 40, and British naturalist Sir David Attenborough, 96, to inspire solutions to climate change. In keeping with the theme of the event, Watson wore an upcycled black and white bespoke Harris Reed wedding dress with a crocheted lace and tulle bodice and billowing black trousers.
She commented on the rumours
In May 2021, Emma Watson took to social media to address rumors speculating about the status of her relationship with US businessman Leo Robinton (born 1989) and the future of her career.
“Dear fans, Rumors about whether I’m engaged or not, or whether my career is ‘on hold or not’ are ways to generate clicks each time they turn out to be true or false,” she tweeted. “If I have any news – I promise I’ll share it with you.”
Finishing her tweets with a positive update amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, she wrote: “In the meantime, please assume no news from me just means I’m sitting out the pandemic like most people – I can do it not baking sourdough bread (!), taking care of my loved ones and doing my best not to spread the virus that is still affecting so many people.”
Emma Watson became a child and world star as Hermione Granger with the “Harry Potter” film series (2001-2011).