Emma Watson looks immaculate in this ensemble made of old wedding dresses

Published October 22, 2021, 1:52 PM

by John Legaspi

While Emma Watson has gone “dormant” when it comes to gracing the movie screens, she is definitely not stopping when it comes to her causes—and she does it in style.

During the recent Earthshot Awards, the 30-year-old “Harry Potter” star donned a look that champions both style and sustainability. Emma wore a head-to-toe ensemble by London designer Harris Reed that is made of 10 upcycled wedding gowns from Oxfam, a global movement of people who won’t live with poverty.

The white asymmetrical backless top is dreamy with its flowing tulle and delicate appliques. Emma paired the demi-couture with a pair of black flared trousers and styled the look with earrings, rings, and bracelets from the designer’s collaboration collection with jewelry label Missoma.

“Extra special love and appreciation to the kindest Harris Reed and team. We love you,” the “Little Women” actress said. “Your push for gender fluidity and acceptance is beautiful, vibrant, and vital. Your goal to make fashion less harmful is so inspiring.”

Earshot Awards, where Emma presented an honor, is launched by HRH Prince William and The Royal Foundation in October 2020, and is on a mission to “discover, spotlight, and scale the best solutions to the world’s greatest environmental challenges.”