WATCH Emma Watson get stuck in for People Tree!

25 August 2010

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Oh goodness, aren’t haircuts confusing? Because when we heard there are brand new images floating around the interweb of Emma Watson modeling the latest People Tree collection, Grazia Daily was itching to see her pixie ‘do in all its full-posed glory. But instead, we were greeted by a pre-cropped Watson looking like that little poppet we know and love from her heady days of Harry Potter. Aw, don't she look cute!

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But enough of the hair, what of the clothes? Well, although we know that Emma wasn't exactly working round the clock on designing this collection, she did help People Tree in selecting the gorgeous Fair Trade textiles to create the pretty tulip skirts, dresses and shirts made of dogtooth hand-woven check and the first Fair Trade hand-woven brushed checked fabric. Grazia Daily already has its beady eye on those cable knit cardies for snuggling up in, and lucky for us – and you! – all the Autumn/Winter items went on sale TODAY, so get a-clicking here!

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Oh, and there’s a video, too! Click play below to see the adorable actress in Bangladesh visiting the slum homes of factory workers and getting stuck in with the creations, while you reminisce over those long locks of hers, woven here into pretty plaits. 'I still find it hard to convey what Fair Trade means to those producing our fashion,’ Emma said. ‘It's just so impressive to see how the women have used Fair Trade clothing to escape poverty and empower themselves and their children.'

And as if merging style with caring for the planet wasn’t encouragement enough to get your mitts on the designs, the ethical clothing line has just got a royal seal of approval from Prince Charles himself, as Grazia Daily reported last week. And if it’s good enough for Charlie, it’s good enough for us...

by Jessica Vince


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