March 03, 2011

New picture of Emma Watson as Hermione Granger

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11 comments:

Veju said...

where does this come from? part 2? it's beautiful!

Anonymous said...

no i think is on part 1, but is from delete scene or aditional scene
EDEN you know where is this photo?

Eden said...

It's in Hermione's bedroom and it only appears in the 1st part.

Anonymous said...

appears in the 1st part?
when is this scene?
i see movie but not remember this scene

Eden said...

It's not a scene, except if suddenly actors begin to look at the camera while filming :p I think it's just a photoshoot made in Hermione's bedroom.

glossyWATSON said...

Tadam ! :)

http://img4.hostingpics.net/pics/955354tumblrlhhvbsxJlx1qajz3y.jpg

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Anonymous said...

Hey! These are links for those who haven't noticed Emma in People Tree clothes. Someone were complaining that she is just using her face to attract more buyers, but doesn't wear fair trade clothes. So... (I also was happily amazed finding it :))

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GogN_8CN5E4&feature=player_embedded#at=246

And here we go.. this is from this year's collection!

http://www.peopletree.co.uk/products/kimono-jersey-shirt/

Smilla said...

^To Anon it was not a People Tree top,it was a topshop blouse!

E-Chee Wah-Wah said...

Emma Watson never wears the fair trade she pushes. NEVER. She won best dressed brit last year and none of that was because she wore fairtrade.

keep that in mind.

Anonymous said...

If that is really topshop blouse, than it's pitty. Anyway, People Tree margin has definitely grown because of young people buying her designs. And that's good. Hope she wears fair trade, it's just we who can't know her every step.

Anonymous said...

Does it matter if she wears fair trade clothes all of the time or not?

I don't think so. The fact is, she has created many jobs that ensure fair wages for their workers. She has raised the visibilty of fair trade clothing. The clothing is available to buy because of her. I wouldn't be surprised if she owned all the clothes in the collection because of her involvement in the process - what does it matter to you if she's pictured wearing them? Is she supposed to wear nothing but fair trade for the rest of her life? Besides, most of the clothes in her collection are casual - of course she's not going to wear them to high profile events. She might wear them around the house or in class - you don't see her every day, believe it or not.

Seriously people, just look at the big picture. She's done a lot of good work for fair trade - which is more than most of us here can probably say.