Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson born on the15th of April 1990 is an English actress and model, and known for her part in the Harry Potter film series.
Since Emma’s been making red carpet appearances for 13 years now, it was pretty hard to filter her best outfits so her are my Favourites.
2007, the designers had their eye on Emma—here she is at the Raisa Gorbachev Foundation party clad in exquisitely feathered and embellished Chanel Couture.
At the National Movie Awards in 2008, Emma looked lovely in white and silver Alexander McQueen.
The year 2010 Emma’s risk-taking but on-the-mark pixie cut. Here she is at the premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows—Part I, nailing it in a kicky black lace cocktail frock by Rafael Lopez .
In 2011 She opted for a dramatically beaded and ruffled Oscar de la Renta gown for the London premiere.
Emma does rebel-glam in a Prabal Gurung gown at the punk-themed Met Gala in 2013.
And one more look at her top and ball-gown-skirt by Vera Wang for the Oscars.
Feathers hit the catwalk big in 2012 and are still bang on trend this season. You may have noticed celebrities and fashion icons rocking the feather earrings and prints. It’s obvious that that feathers are still on the rise even now.
But I got to be honest the whole feather effect don’t get me wrong as Vogue say the “Feathers offer a feminine, flighty approach to embellishment,” and gives you that romantic dreamy style to the whole style. But it just isn’t my style. It’s just my opinion!
However if you do like the style, feathers can be fun and can make your look bright and fun.
For those who know me, know that I love Egypt and everything that it represents. So if you were going you were going to ask me who my Favourite Fashion Historical Figure it would be Cleopatra.
Fashion is all about drama and Cleopatra’s life was full of it, from her legendary affairs with some of the most powerful men of their time to her struggles to maintain influence as ruler of Egypt. Even Thousands of years after her death she still influence the modem world for women.
Despite a negative history of Cleopatra, her legacy still live on that has been the trend of most women in the world today, most important being the world of fashion. It was said that in her time she combined both Egyptian and Greek elements in a skill-fully manner creating seductive Egyptian fashions. She has remained a substantial influence in the women style today.
Many years after Cleopatra, women are still using Cleopatra fashion that includes the popular smoky and heavily lined eye. Surprisingly, almost every modern woman won’t leave the house without make-up me being one of them.