Emma Watson is known for her environmental activism, so it’s no wonder that her style reflects these views. In fact, during her Harry Potter days, the star was perhaps ahead of her time when it came to advocating sustainable design, frequently wearing vintage on the red carpet. For the Beauty And The Beast press tour, she even created an Instagram account devoted to highlighting her environmentally conscious outfits.
Fast forward and the actor is still dedicated to promoting sustainable fashion, recently wearing pieces from upcoming designers like Harris Reed. See our favourite of Emma Watson’s most sustainable outfits to date below.
Emma wore a vintage 1920s dress at the premiere of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban in London.
For the Met Gala, the Harry Potter star wore a monochrome Calvin Klein dress made from recycled plastic bottles.
Emma loves a dress made from recycled bottles! Here she is wearing a custom Louis Vuitton one.
Watson donned a custom Emilia Wickstead gown created from deadstock fabric to the London premiere of Beauty And The Beast.
Here, the act is seen wearing a black Givenchy dress made from certified organic silk at the New York premiere of Beauty And The Beast.
Then, at the Shanghai premiere of Beauty And The Beast, Watson wore a beautiful embellished Elie Saab gown made using leftover fabrics.
The actor sported a Louis Vuitton dress made with Oeko-Tex certified lace crafted in a French atelier for a photocall for The Circle in Paris.
Watson attended the Earthshot Prize awards ceremony in London dressed in an upcycled Harris Reed ensemble fashioned from pre-loved bridal gowns from Oxfam.