Emma Watson posed for some photos before enjoying the Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Couture collection of Giambattista Valli in Paris. The actress wore a pair of J Brand Stocking Maria Leggings in Veil with a top by Giambattista and some simple black pumps.
Emma has really taken over the couture shows this season by attending many in some of the best looks. In my opinion, I think she is the best dress when it came to this week at the shows. Her looks were all on point, fun and youthful. You can click here to purchase these jeans from the J Brand website for $202.
Emma Watson graces the new April 2014 issue of Elle Magazine. Styled by Joe Zee, the Noah actress wore a double denim look by Balmain. We rarely see double denim on magazine covers and I think that this look is great! It slightly passes off as a jumpsuit with the similar shades of blue. It’s also nice to see her in Balmain as it’s a brand that I would not necessarily associate her with.
How many of you readers are excited to see Noah? With Darren Aronofsky directing, I am not sure what to expect. He can either go completely in line with the classic storyline and/or throw in something very “Aronofsky” with a twist. You can click here to purchase Balmain from STYLEBOP.
Emma Watson was spotted heading to her ride after flying in at Heathrow Airport. The actress wore a pair of J Brand Pull On Leather Leggings with a Cut25 by Yigal Azrouel sweater and some ankle boots.
The combination of heavy knits with leather is synonymous with the colder seasons, but I feel as though it has never been bigger than it is now this season. I am sure we will be seeing more celebs opting for this over multiple layers. You can click here to purchase these pants from SINGER22.
Emma Watson was spotted catching a flight out of Los Angeles at LAX Airport. The actress kept it casual chic with a pair of FRAME Le Color Skinny jeans in Film Noir with a brown leather jacket and some biker boots.
Emma can next be seen in Darren Aronofsky’s Noah, which will be out early next year. I am very intrigued with how this movie will turn out. If it keeps to the theme like other Aronofsky films, it’ll be very twisted and dark. You can click here to purchase FRAME from Shopbop.