Emma Watson has had a pretty flawless promo tour for Beauty and the Beast so far, bringing us feminine and edgy looks that are not only stylish but great for the environment too.
The actress launched a new Instagram account, The Press Tour, for the promotion of Beauty and the Beast to bring us all of the looks she will wear promoting the film, and what’s more, the looks are all sustainable.
The information on the account is verified by Eco Age, a Brand Consultancy with a sustainable fashion focus, founded by Livia Firth.
So far the looks have been modern and tailored, with a few Disney-princess gowns thrown in for good measure. The Browns University graduate can’t really do a Disney press tour without some of them can she?
Ms Watson kicked off the tour with her travelling-to-Paris outfit, something that’s not only comfortable but looks stylish too. And the simple separates are definitely something we can emulate ourselves.
She paired a checked coat from Stella McCartney with an ivory jumper, black trousers, and a pair of white trainers from the brand Good Guys Don’t Wear Leather
Whilst in Paris she attended a press day wearing a Louis Vuitton Spring 2017 look, the elegant look has a complex silhouette that gives the dress a contemporary twist. The dress fabric is made from Newlife recycled polyester, created from used plastic bottles. A touch of pink added a flamboyant touch, and ankle boots toughened up the look further, as did her updo.
During her Paris trip, there was a surprise screening of the film, and Emma chose an Oscar de la Renta look from the Fall 2017 collection. The outfit was incredibly sleek and was made up of a flower-embroidered Duchesse satin bustier with an organic silk faille sash and organic wool trousers as part of the new collection from Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim. Burberry pumps and a red-hot lip completed this stunning look that we’d wear in a heartbeat.
It was then back to London for a press day which saw her complete 40 interviews, Emma wore a two-piece from Carmen March a female Spanish designer, the monochrome outfit was sleek and minimalist in style but nothing short of boring. The bustier was partnered with streamlined trousers for a sculptural take on daywear.
For her first fairytale look of the tour, she wore a custom Emilia Wickstead gown, which was beautifully fitting for the grand occasion at the London premiere. The caped, structural, off-the-should gown features an inverted pleated train. The gown is made from end-of-line fabric sounds from a family-run, London business specialising in couture fabrics, and produced in Italy.
Following the London premiere, there was a photocall held at The Corinthia Hotel, where the Harry Potter star chose a 3.1 Phillip Lim look, the all-black look was anything but boring, with clean tailored lines and sharp cuts in the fabric. She kept the look fuss-free with Burberry pumps and Pichulik beaded point earrings.
The next stop of the tour was Shanghai, China where she channelled a princess-like look in an Elie Saab Couture creation.
The softly glittering gown is made from tulle and crepe georgette, with embroidered silk thread, sequins, beads and stones. The matching cape added another element of magic to the look.
Like her other gown, this Elie Saab creation is made using leftover fabrics from previous Haute Couture collections. Completely green, and completely gorgeous.
Then for the LA premiere of Beauty and the Beast, she switched things up wearing an Oscar de la Renta jumpsuit. The strapless, structured piece was adorned with the signature gold gardenia brooch, and she styled it with her favourite Burberry pumps.
An elegant piece that Emma carries off beautifully.
Next up on the tour was a trip to The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where she chose another Oscar de la Renta look. It was another structured, tailored look with a feminine touch from the blush-coloured top. Her lip colour was the perfect echo of the ballet-pink hue.
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It’s safe to say it’s been a pretty flawless style run from the actress so far, with tailored, masculine-inspired style with feminine touches. The looks have been wearable, stylish and modern, something we’re definitely taking inspiration from. From tailored trousers, Bardot dresses, jumpsuits and simple black pumps, steal the style of Emma Watson and her Beauty and the Beast promotion tour outfits.