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Emma Watson Is Using Her Clothes To Bring Awareness To This Very Important Issue


I'm calling it: Emma Watson will singlehandedly save the world one day. In addition to all the extensive work she does for gender equality, she's now adding environmental activist to her resume. Because of course she is.

Emma, who's currently doing a press tour for her upcoming movie "Regression," regrammed this photo from her stylist who said, "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!

She wore this Ralph Lauren dress, Cartier jewelry, and Paul Andrew shoes for the first day of the tour, with her stylist noting how all the brands are striving to make a positive different within the fashion industry.

For day two, Emma wore a dress by the London-based designer Wes Gordon, Alexander White shoes, and jewelry by WWAKE, which uses recycled gold as well as antique or conflict-free diamonds.

And for look two on day two (Emma can't just wear one thing per day, ya know), she donned a black dress by EDUN, a brand that partners with artists and artisans in Africa to support community-based initiatives.

If there's one person who can make us think twice about the clothes we put on our bodies (and where they come from), it's Emma. And it definitely doesn't hurt that she looks great while doing it.