Emma Watson for Vogue US July 2011 by Mario Testino

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published June 13, 2011

Emma Watson’s New Day – Cover girl Emma Watson stars in the July issue of Vogue US, donning standout fall pieces from the likes of Miu Miu, Tom Ford, Dolce & Gabbana and Alexander McQueen. Lensed by Mario Testino with styling by Camilla Nickerson, Emma exudes elegance and glam in the mature portraits.

Read the article and see more photos on Vogue.com






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45 thoughts on “Emma Watson for Vogue US July 2011 by Mario Testino”

    • you mean, it is about time vogue uses a celeb for their cover besides blake lively or the other usual celebs (jennifer aniston, angelina jolie, keira knightley, gwyneth paltrow, and so on)?

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    • I think there’s a decent balance between models and celebs in fashion magazines, you don’t see celebrities doing really high fashion editorials very often…unless its someone like Marion Cotillard or Tilda Swinton who i personally don’t think we dont see enough of. Most people want to see celebrities, its what moves magazines off the shelves. God knows in this digital era sales are paramount.

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      I don’t care what anyone says.  Digital or otherwise, revolution or not – I have respect for fashion magazines that publish fashion models.  The latter is all content that I don’t really particularly care for such as U.S. Vogue.

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      I don’t care what anyone says.  Digital or otherwise, revolution or not – I have respect for fashion magazines that publish fashion models.  The latter is all content that I don’t really particularly care for such as U.S. Vogue.

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      I don’t care what anyone says.  Digital or otherwise, revolution or not – I have respect for fashion magazines that publish fashion models.  The latter is all content that I don’t really particularly care for such as U.S. Vogue.

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    • Emma’s beautiful and everything and I love her but…I dont see high fashion in this. Those models I met through www.NewFaces.com look moreHigh fashion than this, some of the pics they shot in their own backyard! A lot of them got booked forfashion shows and photoshoots because of that.

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    • Emma’s beautiful and everything and I love her but…I dont see high fashion in this. Those models I met through www.NewFaces.com look moreHigh fashion than this, some of the pics they shot in their own backyard! A lot of them got booked forfashion shows and photoshoots because of that.

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  1. I like the direction of this, in my opinion it’s better than many celebrity shoots we see.  The ones where she’s smiling look a little forced though, which is weird because I usually love Emma’s smile.

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  2. I like the direction of this, in my opinion it’s better than many celebrity shoots we see.  The ones where she’s smiling look a little forced though, which is weird because I usually love Emma’s smile.

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