For a private Chanel dinner hosted by Karl Lagerfeld at Nobu in London, Emma of course wore Chanel. Love the bright red lipstick.
It’s Chanel again! Emma wore a stone accented dress to the premiere of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.
She gets more and more stunning on the red carpet. Here’s Emma in an empire jewel encrusted gown at the National Movie Awards. Check the bejeweled shoes.
What? No gawky teen years? EVER?? Emma looks stunning in a body-con dress by William Tempest for the premiere of The Tale of Despereux. This movie was her first non-Harry Potter movie role.
For Asprey’s pre-BAFTA party, Emma wore, you guessed it, Chanel.
At the Harvey Nichols private dinner to celebrate Rodarte, Emma tried a harder edged, rocker chick look in one of the designer’s cocktail dresses.
She’s almost into her 20s. Emma looks like a fairytale princess, not a wizard at the London premiere of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince.
In 2010, Emma was named the new face of Burberry. For the Metropolitan Museum Ball, she wore one of their classically cut white gowns.
Later on that year, gasps were heard around the world when Emma appeared in a pixie cut at the London premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1. After she cut off her hair, she posted to a note on her Facebook page, “Dear all. Cut my hair off a few days ago… Feels incredible. I love it. I’ve wanted to do this for years and years; it’s the most liberating thing ever. Hope you like. Big love from Emma x.” It may have been a shock to one and all to see her without her long locks, but we have to admit she’s glorious looking with the cropped cut. At the New York premiere of the movie (photo below) the juxtaposition of the slinky gown and short hair is spectacular.
For the pre-BAFTA Awards party held at the St. Marks Club in February, Emma chose a navy satin cocktail dress with diagonal seems.
Later on that month, Emma won the ELLE Style Icon Award from Elle magazine.
Emma rocked six-inch platforms from Brian Atwood and a beaded Marchesa dress at the MTV Movie Awards this summer.
In a beaded tulle gown by Oscar de la Renta, Emma says goodbye to Harry Potter at the London premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2. Is it any wonder looking at her, that she always makes the best dressed lists?
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PJ Gach is Senior Editor: Style + Beauty at BettyConfidential.