Emma Watson’s sustainable two-piece set proves she’s again within the style highlight


Emma Watson is back on the fashion scene like she never left it. Although the actress and activist skipped social media for much of 2021 in 2021, she brought fans two breathtaking moments this week, and as expected, both looks were created with sustainability in mind. Just two days after wearing an upcycled Harris Reed wedding dress and bell bottoms to the Earthshot Prize ceremony on Sunday, the 31-year-old star stepped out in a floral top and matching skirt to interview politician and environmentalist Al Gore . Tailor-made by the designer Emilia Wickstead, who is revered by the royal family, the two-piece set consisted of a cropped, cropped blouse and a long skirt, both made from leftover material from her Resort 2022 collection.

While Emma granted a peek at her outfit on Instagram, she shared more details on how the ethical outfit came about. “Thanks to the most beautiful Emilia who made me this wonderful custom-made work,” she wrote. “It was handcrafted in London from scraps of fabric made from 62% recycled yarn and sourced, woven and printed locally in Italy. I will wear it a lot !!” We’d wear it often too, Emma!

She styled her set with a black bralette, also made by Emilia, simple metal rings, a thin gold bracelet, and two gold bird hair clips from Epona Valley, a New York City-based hair accessory brand owned by a woman. This isn’t the first time Emma and Emilia have teamed up in the name of statement fashion – in 2017, Emilia used unwanted pieces of fabric to create a gray off the shoulder dress for Emma Beauty and the Beast Press tour. Read on to admire Emma’s latest climate-conscious look and hope for more with us in the weeks to come.

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