might read if Stanley Kowalski were played by . . . oh, let’s say, Cookie Monster? Wonder no more:
crew into delivering some of film’s most indelible quotes, and the results are nothing short of a revelation. You probably could have guessed that Elmo would make an adorable Dorothy Gale, or that Grover would bring all the enthusiasm of a young Tom Cruise to one of the best lines from
—but did you ever think that Bert might make a dashing stand-in for James Bond? It’s always the quiet ones.
See Emma Watson’s Stylish Transformation from Little Lady to Fashion Maven
Although Watson’s lavender gown was unquestionably angelic, it was her dark feather boa that had us at “Expecto Patronum.”
A brown leather jacket thrown atop a delicate gown was on trend amid the boho mania that shook the early aughts.
She bravely wore an embroidered camouflage pantsuit to the New York premiere of
Per @the_press_tour (Watson's Instagram where she’s been keeping fans updated on her eco-friendly looks), this princess-y gown is bespoke Emilia Wickstead.
Watson wore this Elie Saab gown while promoting
Watson wore this Oscar de la Renta pantsuit for the Hollywood premiere of
Here, Watson pays homage to her British roots in an oversize jacket and cozy scarf—a look fit for the English countryside.
Back when events like DVD launches existed, Watson wore denim capris and a plaid blazer.
pull off this chic plum gown over 10 years later.
Watson complements her pretty pleats with fanciful footwear.
Wild chiffon was no match for a pair of slouchy black boots at the Empire Awards.
A brief fling with fringe (a.k.a. bangs) in the mid-2000s.
Watson ups her game in a bold tulle-and-feather Chanel gown.
Wearing a chambray dress at the National Movie Awards, where she took home the award for Best Performance by a Female for
Watson shows off her sexy side in a sheer, navy bustier number by William Tempest and a pair of peep toe pumps.
In a Grecian-inspired Alexander McQueen gown at the National Movie Awards.
Watson’s love affair with Burberry begins. Here, she dazzles in a gilded mini-dress with cap sleeves during London Fashion Week.
The rain didn’t ruin Watson’s vintage Ozzi Clark dress, which she told
Watson goes for Grecian glamour in Burberry at the Met Gala.
Pairing her very mini Karl Lagerfeld dress with a pair of Christian Louboutin shoes and Chanel jewelry.
Wearing a one-shoulder Valentino couture dress at the Orange British Academy Film Awards.
Going for a slightly more punk look in McQ.
Watson pulled out all the stops in Bottega Veneta at the New York premiere of
in this memorable look by Christian Dior. Wearing pants with a unique top on the red carpet became one of her go-to looks after this.
With her People’s Choice Award in a bright and textured Peter Pilotto dress.
Wearing Chanel couture in Cannes, where Chanel couture is meant to be worn.
Shimmering from head to toe in a Vera Wang gown at the Academy Awards.
In a Misha Nonoo jumpsuit at the British Fashion Awards, where she was given the award for British Style.
Watson’s Dior ensemble was the look on everyone’s lips at the Golden Globes—avant-garde to the max.
Wearing what is clearly one of her favorite styles in Dior, the pant/skirt.
Opting for the pant/skirt again, this time in Osman.
Watson’s black and white Calvin Klein pantsuit at the Met Gala was made almost entirely from recycled plastic bottles.
Women of the Year awards, where she was honored as Inspiration of the Year.
Watson has been promoting ethical fashion throughout her
press tour. This custom Louis Vuitton dress was designed by Nicolas Ghesquière.
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