Emma Watson’s style is one that has inspired many an outfit on our end. The actress and gender equality activist has been known to slay a red carpet look or two (or ten), but she’s not really one to post something like an OOTD on her Insta account. However, yesterday as we were scrolling through our feeds we stumbled across not just one snap of Emma’s style, but four…
To kick off the press tour for her upcoming film, Regression Emma Watson and her stylist, Sarah Slutsky have decided to document the whole process. She kicked things off yesterday with a post of the wardrobe alongside the caption, “Kicking off Regression! We ❤️ our rail! Inspired to consider the whole process of creating a fashion look, we are thinking about all the people, pieces and moving parts! This rack includes designers that are considering local craft and production, artisan skills, the environment, sustainability and the longevity of fashion!”
The duo then both shared outfit photos and behind-the-scenes snaps on their accounts. Not only do we get a serving of all the fall style inspo we could want, but Slutsky and Watson are also telling us exactly why they love each piece Watson is wearing.
Slutsky explains that they picked that epic Ralph Lauren midi skirt (pictured above) because of the company’s long-standing commitment to not use fur products. That look is paired with Cartier jewels who sources sustainably and responsibly. And those Paul Andrew pumps were selected because they’re all handmade by artisans in Italy.
All the recent posts follow this format: a shot of the gorgeous get-up and some info about why it was selected. In a stunning accessories snap, Slutsky explains that everything pictured is made by WWAKE, a jeweler who uses recycled gold whenever possible. All of their diamonds are either destruction-free antiques or conflict-free stones. WWAKE has even developed an in-house studio practice with proper ventilation systems to protect employees health.
We don’t get to see a whole lot of behind-the-scenes snaps of Emma, but it makes total sense that when we do it has an educational angle. In fact, it would be awesome if even more celeb followed her lead (Blake Lively, Lauren Conrad, Reese Witherspoon, we’re looking at you). To read more about all the outfits Emma has been rocking, just head over to her Instagram.
What’s your favorite fashion piece you own that’s ethically made? Share with us in the comments below.
(Photos via @sarahslutsky)