Emma Watson brings a youthful freshness to classic British style.
Remember when Emma Watson cut her hair? Just in case you've forgotten: in 2010, the actress chopped off her long locks into a sleek, mod pixie, marking the end of the Harry Potter era. Two years have passed, now, and we're gearing up to watch Ms. Watson in a starring role in The Perks of Being A Wallflower, which comes out exactly one month from tomorrow, and we're so excited (can you tell?)! The actress is the T Magazine, The New York Times' Style Magazine's, Fall 2012 cover girl, in a spread that plays off of her English roots in tweeds, suits, and hunting caps, while also showing off the nuanced edge that Watson has made a name for herself for. Wearing an Armani jacket, Burberry Prorsum hat, Isabel Marant Sweater and Harry Winston earrings, Watson looks perfectly prepared for a day out on the moors, although her black, double winged eyeliner adds a high fashion tension to the otherwise classically androgynous look. The overall beauty look for the shoot is clean and bright, although completely appropriate for fall. Watson's fresh, clear skin is flawless, and her light freckles are allowed to come through. The heavy, timeless cat eye is used in all of the shots, sometimes with two wings, other times in its 1960's incarnation as in the magazine's cover image, which you can see after the jump.
Emma Watson on the cover of T Magazine.
Photo: T Magazine
Emma Watson's hair may have grown back, long enough now to be scraped back into a stylized bun, and her Harry Potter days may be basically forgotten, but it's still sometimes hard to remember that, at 22, the actress is no longer a kid. However, with a grip of modelling and spokesperson gigs under her belt--first for Burberry, now for Lancome--and some super a-list Hollywood projects in the works with the likes of Sofia Coppola and Darren Aronofsky, it's fair to say that it won't be long now until her adult career eclipses her childhood one. Check out the rest of the photos one the T Magazine site.
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