|Posted by Viktoria on January 22, 2012 at 7:30 AM||comments (0)|
Efter att ha väntat i flera månader på dem så har fotografen Harry Crowder nu släppt nya bilder på Emma från deras photoshoot från 2010! Ni hittar alla de ursnygga bilderna från photoshooten i galleriet. Några nya bilder samt bilder i bättre kvalité från Emmas photoshoot med Tom Munro har också kommit ut och ni hittar dem här.
|Posted by Viktoria on November 27, 2011 at 1:30 PM||comments (0)|
En ny bild från Emmas Elle France 2011 photoshoot av Jan Welters finns nu ute och jag har lagt till den i galleriet!
|Posted by Viktoria on October 26, 2011 at 4:00 PM||comments (0)|
Harry Potter - The Quest har släppt en ny behind the scenes video från Harry Potter som ger oss en titt på Ron's kärleksliv genom filmerna. Vi får se nya intervjuer med Emma och dem andra plus en närmare titt på Ron och Hermiones kyss!
Jag har även uppdaterat galleriet med dem nya bilderna på Emma från Marie Claire photoshooten från förra året samt bilderna från My Week with Marilyn och The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
|Posted by Viktoria on October 16, 2011 at 10:50 AM||comments (0)|
From starring in the Harry Potter films to modeling for Burberry to gracing the cover of Vogue to becoming the new face of Lancôme, Emma Watson has seamlessly (and stunningly) made the transition from child actor to style icon. The actress, with her ever-evolving pixie cut and perfectly-tamed brows, also has the the gamine beauty look down pat. We sat down with Watson to discuss her very exciting (and soon to launch) new Lancôme campaign (we’ll tell you more about it soon), as well her part in the new film “My Week With Marilyn,” the ultimate makeup for short hair and her secret to those amazing brows.
How has your makeup routine evolved since you cut your hair?
I think it’s made me more bold, there’s no way to hide when you have short hair. You really have to go for it and also, because I think it’s quite boyish, you can kind of take it a bit further the other way. Be a bit sexier because it’s kind of not too much, so that was cool. I’ve definitely been more experimental with color and just a bit bolder.
This is kind of like perfect timing [working with Lancome] because I’ve just kind of come into a place now where I’m interested in wearing lipstick whereas when I was younger, maybe I would go for a more natural lip. But now it’s fun to play around with different colors. Because I have short hair – I’m big into doing like, a Twiggy mascara. So I’ll do bottom lashes and top lashes. Lancôme just came out with a mascara called Dollface, which is made specifically to get that look. And because I’m so pale — I’m English — I have to wear blush or some kind of bronzer. I’m big into a cream blush.
Do you usually do a strong eye or strong lip?
I think for the Midnight Rose campaign, we did a strong eye and strong lip, but I think it’s different in a photo shoot than in everyday life. It’s like, “Whoa, too much to do both, you have to pick one or the other.”
What’s it like having such short hair?
It’s definitely low maintenance, which is great for me because I hate spending too long on that kind of stuff.
Who are your personal beauty icons?
Mia Farrow was a big inspiration for the haircut. In terms of beauty, I think Kate Bosworth always has really great beauty. Diane Kruger, she always does her own makeup, and always looks great. And then if I’m going to look back, I love the freshness and the naturalness of Jane Birkin and Francoise Hardy. I love Charlotte Rampling — all of those French actresses who don’t really look like they’re wearing anything or like they tried very hard is definitely the coolest.
What was it like working on “My Week With Marilyn”?
Well I mean, I wasn’t playing her, I was playing a different part, but I think I was inspired by who she was as a person, which is someone who’s like incredibly alive. I mean, she – all of her photographs, all of her images, she’s just so alive and in the moment and spontaneous. I mean, she had an awful amount of pain, but when she smiled, when she laughed, her whole face lit up. It came from a real place.
Do you have any favorite, go-to places here in New York?
I love La Esquina. I’m obsessed with Mexican. We don’t have Mexican food in England, we just kill it. That’s one of the first things I do when I come here.
Emma Watson was also emotional about the series comeing to an end. "I'm sort of in denial, really," the actress says. "I can't get my head around it. Until they say 'Emma, you're wrapped. That's it. You're done. We don't need you anymore,' I don't think I'll believe it."
After audiences had their final visit to the Dursley home, they made their very first visit to Hermione's home - a scene written especially for the film.
"I was charmed that Steve Kloves wrote that," says Watson. "I think it really shows the magnitude of the sacrifice that Hermione and Ron make for Harry, for their friendship, and for what he's doing. I think the audience will connect with Hermione and her personal story through this scene, seeing her so vulnerable like that at the beginning of the film."
"She has a very difficult decision to make. She knows that by siding with Harry, she's putting people around her in danger. She knows she has to protect them, and the only way she can do this is by cutting them off from her. She makes her parents lose every memory of her, and that's tragic. But she's very brace and very loyal, and she knows that she must do the right thing."
Emma Watson also knew enough about Hermione to give Stephenie McMillan some advice on her bedroom's decor. "I remember walking into Hermione's room, and it just looked too girly. I've been playing her for so long now, I feel I intuitively know what she's like and what she'd want. Hermione is a voracious reader. 'What are there not more books?' I asked. There needed to be books everywhere.
Emma Watson loves dressing up her outfits with big earrings.
The British actress wasn't allowed to pierce her ears during the filming of Harry Potter as the movie's producers felt her bookish character Hermione Granger shouldn't wear earrings.
Emma was thrilled to get them done once filming had wrapped.
"I had my ears pierced. While I was working on Harry Potter I wasn't allowed to do, so I had to spare that wonderful accessory!" she told the German edition of OK! magazine.
The beauty has admitted that she is making up for lost time by wearing "big, gold" earrings now.
However, she also confessed that the rest of her everyday wardrobe isn't so opulent. The star is well-known for her glamorous outfits on the red carpet, but prefers to be more relaxed at home.
"I like it simple because that's when I feel most comfortable: a black pair of jeans, black flats, blue sweater. Nothing too fancy," she smiled.
|Posted by Viktoria on October 7, 2011 at 1:55 PM||comments (0)|
Några nya outtakes från Emmas photoshoot för Marie Claire 2010 har kommit ut och ni kan se alla i galleriet.
ELLE Kanada har släppt sin intervju med Emma samt hennes Style Diary som ni kan läsa nedan.
Emma Waston: Harry Potter star to fashionable force
From adorable ingenue to fashion icon, there’s no doubt we’re spellbound by Emma Watson.
What would it be like to be 21 years old and have already achieved the kind of staggering fame and fortune that is known only to a handful of people around the globe? It’s not a fantasy that most people can even begin to relate to, but it’s a reality for Emma Watson. After making a name—and a small empire—for herself as the quick-witted witch Hermione Granger in what we’ll call the “Harry Potter phenomenon,” Watson is perched on the brink of adulthood. So, now that the wizard has uttered his last spell, the world is waiting to see if Watson—who was cast in the role when she was only nine— is able to emerge as something, well, a little less witchy. It’s a pivotal moment when the weight of the spotlight could feel leaden.
It’s fitting, then, that My Week with Marilyn, out in November, is Watson’s first film since the book closed on Potter. Watson plays a stylist who worked with Marilyn Monroe (Michelle Williams) on the last film of her heartbreaking career. Although they’re both Hollywood blondes, that’s where the parallel ends. Watson is no whispering bombshell; she is decidedly more practical than that. “I can’t remember very much of my life when I wasn’t famous,” she explains simply, now settled in London. “I haven’t really known anything different. There have been times when my life was very odd, though. I could come from a day at school when I’d be doing math one minute and then changing into a premiere dress the next.”
The fact that the daughter of two British barristers signed up to study English, history and art at the Ivy League school Brown University at the very pinnacle of her fame (when some other starlets end up scoring their first DUI arrest) is a tribute to her steely work ethic. But one can’t help but wonder if she feels like she has something to prove. “Schooling is important to me,” she says. “Having another part to me means that I don’t just feel valued for the way I look.”
But tackling a degree in the midst of a gruelling shooting schedule isn’t exactly child’s play. When Watson decided to take a semester off school, a maelstrom of media erupted, accusing her fellow students of bullying her right off the Ivy League commons—an accusation that she said was “beyond unfair” to the friends she made there. (Besides, she had even performed in the school production of Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters.)
But Watson, who is apparently such a conscientious student that she even enjoys exams, was hardly twiddling her thumbs while off campus. She dove into the world of fashion as the creative adviser for People Tree’s ecofriendly (and laid-back-student-lifestyle-friendly) line. While she has already mugged for the camera in several well-received Burberry campaigns, rocked more than her fair share of Chanel (and Canadian It-boy Erdem) on premiere red carpets and even scored an ELLE Style Icon Award, Watson told The Times that she was enthused about the possibility of trading merino for hemp. “I think young people like me are becoming increasingly aware of the humanitarian issues surrounding fast fashion and want to make good choices,” she said. Now, she’s hoping that the feeling spreads. “There are aspects of the fashion industry that can be cruel to the environment,” she explains. “It’s good to encourage people to consider what they are buying.”
In fact, it seems that Watson is rarely happy to just smile for the camera— even now that she has become the face of Lancôme’s new Trésor Midnight Rose fragrance. Filming the short that announces her as Lancôme’s youngest spokesperson, with Mario Testino, she seized the opportunity to infuse a little Watson-brand girl power. “I wanted the character to be a girl who isn’t waiting for her life to start when a man walks into the room,” she says. “She is someone who is complete in her own right—not waiting for Prince Charming. As I’m growing up, my definition of love is becoming a lot broader. This concept of there being one person for you—while it sounds very romantic, it actually isn’t, in a way. I think love is everywhere, and I don’t think you need to sit around and wait for it to be with one person.”
But, despite having a confidence that seems well ahead of her years, Watson admits to feeling a bit out of her depth and “less well-established” than Lancôme’s other famous faces: women like Julia Roberts and Kate Winslet, whom she idolized while growing up. (Winslet, she gushes, “is so real, grounded, honest and authentic.” But, luckily, Watson was able to channel that antsy energy for her role as Sam, an awkward teenager, in next year’s The Perks of Being a Wallflower. “I felt really compelled by her struggle to believe in herself,” she says. “I think it can be confusing at times because there is such a broad definition of what it is to be a woman. It’s hard to navigate your way around that.” We’re quite sure she’ll find her way, though.
Emma’s Style Diary
• “I’m English and I have a pale complexion, so I love blush.”
• “In the garden of my father’s house in London, we have jasmine growing on the balcony, so the scent of jasmine always makes me think of summer evenings and being outside.”
• “The funny thing about me is that I have tons of product. I have always loved makeup and its ability to transform, but I don’t actually wear a lot of it myself.”
• “My dad took my family on holiday to the south of France, and we visited a parfumier. I remember my stepmom getting very cross because she thought I was far too young to own my own fragrance! I think I was seven years old, but I still have it.”
• “I love Covent Garden and Soho, which has such a lively, colourful and vibrant atmosphere.”
• “I still have lots of family and friends in Paris. My favourite places are Café de Flore, the Shakespeare and Company bookstore and walking along the Seine.”
|Posted by Viktoria on October 6, 2011 at 12:25 AM||comments (0)|
Emma är just nu på omslaget av ELLE UK, som ni kan se i inlägget nedan, och några nya outtakes på Emma i HQ har nu kommit ut. En titt på intervjun med några nya citat av Emma finns också ute och ni kan läsa den nedan. Scans från tidningen kan ni se här i galleriet.
“Sometimes I feel as though everyone’s waiting with baited breath for the three of us from Harry Potter to do something that will perpetuate the child-star stereotype,” she told the November edition of UK magazine Elle. “I don’t know if I’m the least likely person to go off the rails, but I don’t see any need to. It’s not on my agenda. There are too many other things I want to do.”
“I’d never do a celebrity endorsement. Lancôme was taken aback by how much input I wanted to have,” she told the November edition of UK magazine Elle. “But I would never just put my name on something. It’s more interesting to have a genuine involvement with a brand, rather than showing up on the day and looking pretty. Also, as much as I do love fashion, I’m an actress first and foremost. Lancôme represents great actresses and that appealed to me.”
“I do worry about the expectation to look a certain way. I find LA quite scary because of that – all those young people having plastic surgery. But the thing is, I don’t want to look like everyone else. I don’t have perfect teeth; I’m not stick thin. I want to be the person who looks great in her body and can say that she loves it and doesn’t want to change anything,” she enthused. “It’s ridiculous that that seems like such an unrealistic goal.
“Women are really hard on themselves and the media is really hard on us. Whenever I hear anyone say anything about another woman that’s negative about their image, I just jump on them.”
“I’m not that much of a lightweight. My dad’s great hobby is wine, so it’s always been part of our family life. For someone so little, I don’t get drunk very easily. It’s quite a good talent. I’m not challenging anyone to a competition though!
“When I’m away from photo shoots, I tend to be very low key. I tend to wear either navy blue or gray or white. So wearing all this bright pink and fluorescent colors is fun. It’s like dress up. I love the ’50s. I love Marilyn Monroe with her big red lips and that incredible cat eye, it’s amazing. The ’60s … Edie Sedgwick, I love.”
Emma has struggled with her fame in the past, but is not getting used to it. She’s come to realise things could be worse for her, citing the life Robert Pattinson now leads as one she’d have issues with.
He appeared in Harry Potter too, but shot to international stardom after landing the role of Edward Cullen in the Twilight films.
“I can’t even imagine what that kind of fame must be like. So many people must wish they were in his position and think that he has the best life, but actually… there are prices you pay. Don’t interpret that from my perspective; it’s not so bad for me. I’m not in Rob’s position, I don’t have people screaming and crying and clawing at me. I’m so grateful for that,” she said.
|Posted by Viktoria on September 30, 2011 at 1:50 PM||comments (0)|
Visst var det sant att det var Emma som var ELLE UK's omslagtjej för november! Dem avslöjade omslaget idag tillsammans med en outtake samt en sneak peek på behind the scenes av photoshooten med Emma som tog plats i Frankrike! Tidningen kommer ut i affärer nästa vecka och intervjun kommer upp här så snart den finns tillänglig.
Okay, so we didn’t fool very many of you. You’ve figured it out: our November 2011 cover girl is none other than Emma Watson.
In the issue—on newsstands Wednesday 5 October—the perennial ELLE favourite opens up about the ‘out of body’ experience of the final round of Harry Potter premieres, her creative role models, ‘it’s complicated’ relationships and travelling while famous.
You’ll have to wait until the issue drops to draw anything more specific out of us, but here’s a teaser of our Behind the Cover film. Check back on Monday for the full version
Update; HQ scans från tidningen finns nu ute!
|Posted by Viktoria on September 28, 2011 at 1:55 PM||comments (0)|
Emma är på omslaget av novembernumret av ELLE Canada! Det är med en ny outtake från Tom Munro photoshooten för Lancome. Förhoppningsvis kommer intervjun ut snart också!
|Posted by Viktoria on September 25, 2011 at 11:25 AM||comments (0)|
Emma är med i oktobernumret av tidingen Harper's Bazaar där hon blev intervjuad av Derek Blasberg om bl.a mode och hennes persoliga favoriter. Två nya bilder på Emma var även med i tidningen, fotade av Harry Crowder förra året.
Fabulous at Every Age: Emma Watson, 20s
While her fellow starlets are canvassing the clubs, the Harry Potter phenom, Ivy League darling, and Lancôme spokesmodel is establishing her own brand of cool.
Favorite fashion designers: Valentino, Isabel Marant, Chanel, Céline, Chloé, Calvin Klein Collection, Zadig & Voltaire, Maje, Sandro, Burberry, Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci, Agnès B., Acne, J Brand, Charlotte Olympia, A.L.C., A.P.C., Alberta Ferretti, and People Tree.
Item of clothing you would never throw out: My old school satchel. It looks better the older it gets.
How would you define your personal style? Jean Cocteau said, “Style is a very simple way of saying complicated things.”
What’s your own fashion trademark? If I get it right, a kind of drama whilst looking understated. If I get it right!
Favorite accessory: Can I say lipstick? I don’t like to accessorize too much because I want people to see me first and my clothes second.
Favorite color: White or cream.
Favorite scent: Lancôme’s Trésor Midnight Rose. (I helped create it!)
Let’s talk about your beauty routine. What’s your face wash? Luzern Laboratories
Makeup? Stila cream blush, Lancôme’s Teint Miracle, and Tarte LipSurgence pencils. Lancôme’s Hypnôse mascara is killer!
Where do you get your hair done? I get my hair cut by Rodney Cutler at Cutler in New York City.
Favorite architect: Antoni Gaudí
Favorite destination: Kenya
Favorite discovery: The blueberry-ricotta pancakes at Little Dom’s in L.A.
Favorite hotel: The Berkeley in London. It’s full of memories, and it’s so homey. I stayed there when I did the Harry Potter junkets. The spa is great, and they have the best spaghetti bolognese.
Favorite luggage: I prefer trunks because you can open them and see everything, and they act as a kind of drawer when I don’t have enough time to unpack. They also make me feel like I am going on an adventure.
Most memorable party: My first ever Paris Fashion Week (which is where I met you, Derek!).
When you can’t think of something to give a friend, what do you give? You can’t beat a great-smelling candle.
Every lady has a vice. What’s yours? Sugar. In any of its various forms.
Necessary extravagance: I have the heating on when I really shouldn’t. (I’m always cold!)
Favorite movies: Giant, Amélie and Notting Hill, and each for completely different reasons.
Favorite artist: Tracey Emin
Favorite cocktail: Gin and tonic
Handwritten thank-you note or immediate e-mail? Handwritten note.
If you have personalized stationery, where do you get it from? If I have the time, I like to make people cards. But otherwise Bubble Letters NYC and Letters Lubell. You send them a picture of something that inspires you and they custom make stationery on 100-percent-recycled paper.
The true hallmark of modern elegance is: When I figure this out, I’ll let you know!
|Posted by Viktoria on September 20, 2011 at 4:40 AM||comments (0)|
Fyra nya outtakes på Emma från hennes photoshoot med Mariano Vivanco har kommit ut och ni kan hitta dem i galleriet.