Desirable Women–Men’s site AskMen asked their readers to vote for the 99 Most Desirable Women of 2014 and among them we see famous fashion faces as well as movie stars. Supermodels Kate Moss and Kate Upton appeared in the top ten alongside “Blurred Lines” star Emily Ratajkowski while actress Emilia Clarke of “Game of Thrones” was crowned as number one. See more standouts from the list below and make sure to see the full list on AskMen.com.
Emma’s Wonder–British actress Emma Watson not only stars on two covers for the February-March edition of Wonderland Magazine, but she also guest edits the new issue. The starlet wears Prada, Givenchy, Dolce & Gabbana and more for the publication which hits stores on February 7th in the UK. On one cover, she is seen wearing a crown with a messy long hairstyle while the other shows her looking more moody with a high pompadour look. Which one do you prefer?
Emma in J. Mendel – Attending the New York City premiere of “Gravity”, actress Emma Watson wore a dress from J. Mendel. The British star shined in a silk gazaar off-the-shoulder dress and paired the look with Manolo Blahnik for J. Mendel “Shela” patent metallic booties.
Emma Goes Green – Online retailer NET-A-PORTER taps actress Emma Watson to star in a shoot for its weekly digital magazine. Talking to the magazine, the British star reveals the dilemma in finding eco-fashion, “I’ve always had this huge problem. I would love to wear garments that are ethically sourced, but there aren’t enough options for me to be able to do that realistically.” That’s why in the images photographed by Bjorn Iooss, Emma wears all looks from the Green Carpet Challenge, a range of designs that are eco-friendly designed by Christopher Kane, Victoria Beckham, Erdem and more available exclusively at NET-A-PORTER.
See more from NET-A-PORTER’s new issue here.
Emma in Balenciaga – Actress Emma Watson attended the 2013 GQ Men of the Year Awards held yesterday in London, wearing a midriff baring look from Balenciaga. The star opted for a cropped white top and black pants from the label’s resort 2014 collection as well as shoes from the brand.
Fashion Star – “The Bling Ring” star Emma Watson nabs another cover with the August issue of Teen Vogue. The English actress poses for Boo George in the image looking mostly fresh-faced with a simple hairdo. Inside the magazine, Emma rocks leather, casual tees and houndsteeth prints. The August issue of Teen Vogue hits stores on July 2nd.
See more images from the cover shoot on TeenVogue.com
Emma in Chanel – English actress Emma Watson followed up her retro printed look with a dress at the Los Angeles premiere of “The Bling Ring”, held on June 4th, 2013. Emma wore a black and grey tweed Chanel dress from the fashion house’s fall collection designed by Karl Lagerfeld.
Emma in Mouret – British actress Emma Watson wore a retro inspired look to the Los Angeles premiere of her film, “This is the End”, held on June 3rd, 2013. Emma wore a strapless print top from Roland Mouret and navy pants by Phillip Lim. For beauty, the 23-year old actress pinned her hair in a forties inspired updo and donned a dark shade of lipstick.
Emma Grown Up – Emma Watson has seemingly made her transition from child actress to a womanly star wearing Louis Vuitton on the June-July cover of W Magazine. The dark-haired beauty and star of the upcoming film “The Bling Ring” shows off a sophisticated side in glossy images photographed by Michael Thompson. Styled by Edward Enninful, Emma wears looks inspired by film noir from the likes of Chanel, Erdem and Marc Jacobs inside the magazine.
Read the interview on WMagazine.com
The Graduate – Effortlessly blending youthful charm with elegance, Emma Watson talks to T, The New York Times Style Magazine about returning to film after her Oxford and Brown University hiatus. Emma channels retro it-girls like Edie Sedgwick with a collegiate twist in autumn looks styled by Anastasia Barbieri. The cover story, lensed by Alasdair McLellan, finds the new face of Lancôme and Perks of Being a Wallflower star wearing selects from the likes of Bottega Veneta, Ralph Lauren, Comme des Garçons, Isabel Marant, and Burberry Prorsum. / Hair by Luke Hersheson @ Julian Watson Agency, Makeup by Val Garland @ Streeters
Read the article on NYTimes.com