Emma Watson, Logan Lerman And Ezra Miller Are Highschool Cool On The Cover Of ‘NYLON’

Emma Watson, Logan Lerman and Ezra Miller on the October issue of ’NYLON.’
Photo: ’NYLON’ Facebook page

Hopefully by now you’ve already devoured Stephen Chbosky’s iconic The Perks of Being a Wallflower book AND caught the equally heartwrenching big screen version this weekend (if not, what are you waiting for?!). If you now find yourself suffering from an epic post-Perks withdrawal, we feel your pain…but not to worry, because NYLON’s got your back. Emma Watson, Logan Lerman, and Ezra Miller cover the mag’s annual “It” issue, and boy, are these movie stars WORKING IT. Emma’s giving her best sultry smolder front and center in a printed dress with a popped patent collar, and Ezra and Logan are thoughtfully staring off into the distance dressed in basic black. Ahem, because just half of the boys’ faces is clearly not enough, there’s wayyy more gorgeousness inside the spread. Check it out after the jump!

Logan Lerman, Emma Watson and Ezra Miller in ’NYLON.’
Photo: Courtesy of ’NYLON’

There’s no question these guys have chemistry on and offscreen, but the camaraderie the trio flaunts in NYLON seriously jumps right off the page in a way that’s totally geniune. Guy Aroch photographed the cast chilling on floors and next to chain-link fences, wearing high fashion versions of collegiate staples like crewneck sweaters, biker jackets, and plaid shirts. At first glance it MIGHT seem like your average hangout, but with fashion cameos by luxe designers like Chanel, Burberry, and Alexander McQueen, this after-school special has never been so stylish.

Logan Lerman, Emma Watson and Ezra Miller in ’NYLON.’
Photo: Courtesy of ’NYLON’

In the interview, the threesome share their strategies for picking movie roles, the pressure of taking on a cult book, and what to expect from their future projects. They can’t tell TOO many details of what’s coming next, but one thing’s for sure: Emma Watson won’t be adding another hyphen to her resume anytime soon. As the actress (and former Lancome rep) tells editor Luke Crisell, “I think the line between what being an actor is and what being a celebrity is has gotten so fuzzy that people don’t even know what we do anymore. Models are actresses and actresses are models and actresses are designing sofas and it’s crazy. I don’t know if it will change, but I’m going to try to do this the right way.” Hm…does this mean her People Tree collaboration is no more? Only time will tell, but in the meantime, see more photos here and pick up the October issue of NYLON, out now!

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