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First Look: Emma Watson’s new ad campaign for Lancôme

By emilyborrett on September 7th, 2011

Emma Watson, how do we love thee? Let us count the ways.. We’re super excited because not only did she dazzle us yesterday at the GQ awards in an Alexander McQueen dress, but we’ve also just seen Emma Watson’s new campaign as the face of Lancôme Paris’ new perfume, Trésor Midnight Rose. And she looks like a dream in the advert!

The ad shows our favourite British actress flitting across city streets with her trademark cropped hair, enchanting bookstore clerks in fedora hats and sizzling at night in a mist of Midnight Rose. How very Lancôme. We’re pretty much sold on this perfume already.

You can check out the new ad in the video below – is Emma the perfect Lancôme cover girl or what? Let us know what you think of the new advert by commenting below.

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Spotted at the GQ Men of the Year Awards: Lara Stone, Emma Watson and Daisy Lowe

By emilyborrett on September 7th, 2011

As well as the Mercury Music Awards, last night every smooth tuxedo’d hair gelled male celebrity in the world was present for the GQ Men of the Year Awards in London. GQ may be a magazine for men written by men, but last night at the awards it was all about the girls in attendance, who outshone the boys by miles.

The very adorable Emma Watson made an appearance to remind us exactly why she’s one of our favourite fashion icons in a full-skirted tartan dress (yes, I know it sounds disgusting but in reality it wasn’t) and a patent biker jacket and it worked so, so well. Meanwhile, the beautiful Miss Lara Stone looked leggy and bronzed in a bright tangerine mini to show off her post-summer golden glow.

The Agent Provocateur model Daisy Lowe showed up with boyfriend Matt Smith on her arm looking incredibly dramatic and gothic in a floor-length lace fishtail gown with chocolately dark hair and red lipstick. Also favouring black dresses were Pixie Lott in a one-shouldered silk cocktail dress, Jameela Jamil wore a black gown with a long chiffon train and Kylie Minogue went for an uber-sexy look in a fitted corset dress.

We’re glad to say that Leona Lewis has FINALLY stopped trying to reinvent herself as the Lady Gaga of R&B in ridiculous outfits, and yesterday looked really pretty and girl-next-door-ish in a white fringed maxi dress with scarlet lips and a red clutch purse.

Check out who wore what to the GQ Men of the Year Awards in the gallery above.

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Beach hair trends: The crop, inspired by Carey Mulligan, Emma Watson and Agyness Deyn

By Andrea Petrou on July 27th, 2011

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Emma Watson is most proud of the outfit she wore to a ‘Harry Potter’ premiere aged 14

By Andrea Petrou on July 25th, 2011

Emma Watson is most proud of the outfit she wore to a ‘Harry Potter’ premiere aged 14.

The 21-year-old actress walked the red carpet for ‘Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban’ in a vintage purple gown and says the dress will always be “special” to her because of the effort she made in creating a distinctive look.

She recalled: “I’ve loved every dress I’ve worn for a premiere but probably the best is the purple dress from the 1920s.

“My mum and I found it in a vintage shop. It was torn but we had it repaired. The one rip we couldn’t mend we covered with a corsage.

“We dyed shoes to match and found vintage silk flowers for my hair. That was the first time I felt I was creating my own look so, although it wasn’t perfect by any means, that dress will always be special to me.”

Emma is a fan of “modern” designers but also loves simple garments for everyday wear.

She added: “I love modern designers like Alberta Ferretti. And right now, I’m very big on Valentino. But for everyday wear, the items I couldn’t live without are a pair of basic black cropped trousers and a pair of ballet pumps.

“You can’t go wrong with those – they’re the basis of everything.”

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Celebrity trends: Gold dresses as seen on Emma Watson, Paloma Faith and Taylor Swift

By Andrea Petrou on July 21st, 2011

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Celebrity trends: Dramatic eye make-up as seen on Kate Middleton, Emma Watson and Jennifer Lopez

By Andrea Petrou on July 20th, 2011

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Emma Watson needs a stylist because she is so busy

By Andrea Petrou on July 13th, 2011

Emma Watson needs a stylist because she is so busy.

The ‘Harry Potter’ actress regularly wins praises for her fashion choices, but admits she needs some extra help because she doesn’t always have the time to shop.

She said: “I confess, I’ve had some help because I’ve been so busy.”

The 21-year-old beauty has starred in several fashion campaigns and she admits she turned to modelling because her studies at Brown University made it difficult to commit to other movie projects.

She explained: “Because I have been studying, I haven’t had much time to make another film or try and get directors and casting agents to look at me in a different way.

“I think fashion has been my way of expressing myself. In a way, I have been trying to play different characters in each of the photo shoots.”

While she has been focusing on fashion, Emma has “no idea” what the future holds now the ‘Harry Potter’ franchise has ended.

She added to Grazia magazine: “I think anything is possible. I have got no idea what I want so I’m just going with it.

“But I’m very excited about what I have coming up in my life.”

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Pictures: Emma Watson’s Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part two style

By Andrea Petrou on July 12th, 2011

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Emma Watson wants to be a “warrior princess”

By Andrea Petrou on July 12th, 2011

Emma Watson wants to be a “warrior princess”.

The 21-year-old actress – who plays Hermione Granger in the ‘Harry Potter’ films – wants there to be more strong role models for young girls, rather than them just being taught to be pretty and polite.

She said: “I feel like young girls are told they have to be this kind of princess and be all this sweet stuff.

“It’s all bull***t. I identify with more of being a warrior princess, so if I had to be a princess, I’d have to kick some ass first. That would have a lot of people terrified.”

Emma admits her attitude has developed through playing the strong character of Hermione over 10 years and eight films, and both of them have grown together.

Speaking at the New York press conference for ‘Harry Potter and he Deathly Hallows: Part 2′, Emma added: “I’m terrified of getting into trouble. I’m very heady in the same way that she is, kind of constantly thinking three or four moves ahead.

“I try to intellectualise a lot, which she does well. She’s very determined. I am as well. I feel so much of me went into her and so much of her went into me that I can’t really differentiate too much anymore.”

Emma also clarified that she has not quit n Brown University in Rhode Island, America, to study at Oxford University in England, but is continuing her studies there for a year before returning to the US for her final year.

She added: “I mean, it’s obviously scary, change is always scary. But I feel very excited and I feel like I’m entering a new chapter and getting a fresh start. I’m going back to school in the autumn. I’ve got two years left in university.”

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New York Premiere of Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows: Part Two. Emma Watson wears Bottega Veneta. Pictures.

By Andrea Petrou on July 12th, 2011

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Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows: Part Two. Emma Watson wears Oscar de la Renta. Pictures.

By shinychris on July 8th, 2011

Emma Watson looked beautiful last night at the world premiere of the final Harry Potter films, Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows: Part Two, in London’s Trafalgar Square.

Wearing an Oscar de La Renta dress with a grey bodice and a tiered tulle skirt, she got a little teary-eyed on the red carpet (thankfully her skirt has lots of room for a few packets of Kleenex).

Meanwhile, author JK Rowling chose a strapless rose-patterned gown from Oscar de la Renta‘s spring 2011 collection, which she accessorized with a matching pink rose pin, pink earrings, and a pink clutch.

Thousands of fans arrived in London’s West End as early as Monday evening for the last night screening, many of them dressed as characters from the films with others waving placards reading ‘Potter ’till I die’.

Emma Watson, who plays Hermione Granger in the movies, said she felt Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint were ‘like my brothers’ and said they were ‘scheming’ to work together again.

All images: Press Association


Watch the Harry Potter and Deathly Hallows part two premiere live on ShinyStyle!

By Andrea Petrou on July 7th, 2011

Tonight London will be host to the momentous Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows– Part 2 world premiere and we can’t wait to see all the glitz and glam.

For those who can’t be at the event then we’ve got some great news for you.

We’ve got a live stream going from the red carpet so you can see all your favorite stars as they pose for the cameras.  Keep watching and you’ll also get to see the crowds, arrivals and red carpet interviews.

Start watching from 4pm today.

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Emma Watson shines in Rafael Lopez at the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 cocktail drinks

By Andrea Petrou on July 7th, 2011

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Emma Watson’s Harry Potter premiere red carpet looks

By Andrea Petrou on July 6th, 2011

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Emma Watson cried uncontrollably when finished filming the last Harry Potter film

By Andrea Petrou on July 5th, 2011

Emma Watson “cried” uncontrollably when finished filming the last ‘Harry Potter’ film.

The actress – who was just 10 when she first played Hermione Granger in the wizard franchise – couldn’t control her emotions when she had to hang up her Hogwarts outfit for the last time when shooting on ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2′ wrapped.

Speaking on UK TV show ‘Daybreak’, she said: “It was so strange … I kind of felt quite numb, I couldn’t really – it doesn’t seem like your feeling anything. And it was when they said, ‘That’s Emma down and Rupert wrapped,’ on ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’, and it just hit me and it was incredibly emotional obviously.

“I cried, cried, cried, cried, cried – it was really emotional and overwhelming.”

Although she is sad the ‘Harry Potter’ movies have come to an end, Emma, now 21, is looking forward to taking on new roles – as long as they don’t require so many years of her life.

She said: “I mean it’s so funny, when I’ve signed on for other projects, other things, people don’t really understand why I get quite jumpy and quite concerned and I think it’s because I’ve signed on for one thing and it turns into a 12-year project. And I realise that everything else won’t be like that, but I just can’t believe what it turned into.”

Emma – who starred in the movies alongside Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint – will always be proud to have portrayed witch Hermione and isn’t worried about being typecast in the future.

She said: “If I’m going to be associated with anything, I’m so thrilled that it would be her and it would be this.”

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