Emma Watson Gets a Royal Showcase for Eco-Chic Clothing Line

08/18/2010 at 04:00 PM ET


Emma Watson is once again lending her stylish hand to a good cause, taking her clothing collaboration with British fair-trade fashion label, People Tree, to Prince Charles’s private gardens! Visitors to the stylish showcase will be treated to a preview of the brand’s spring/summer 2011 range, which the Harry Potter actress helped put together. The high-profile event, set to take place September 11, is part of a larger 12-day ‘eco festival’, A Garden Party to Make a Difference—a series of cultural events to promote sustainable living. Although she can’t be at the show, Watson, 20, will make a special introduction via video. And she’s passionately backing the ‘green’ prince’s cause. “I’m so thrilled that People Tree will be showing the spring summer collection at A Garden Party to Make a Difference,” she said in a statement. “I think The Prince of Wales’ initiative is such a brilliant idea and I’m thrilled.” Stay tuned for more details. –Simon Perry

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Lynne on

I really object to Diana’s comment because it sounds like she’s simply trying to tear Emma down. Everyone who responded angrily, to Diana or with Diana, sounds immature and like they really don’t know how to express themselves without being mean. Diana was inappropriate, but nobody needed to respond that way as well. Emma is a quiet, kind person who is very involved in the environment and trying to be fashionable while being eco-conscious. I applaud her for being so involved in People Tree, and I hope the whole event for Prince Charles went well for the brand. People should be happy for the successes she has, instead of trying to make hurtful comments because they don’t like her hair.

Cyndy on

Why is everyone concentrating on Emma’s hair? 90% of the Potter cast went back to their natural hair colors… the actresses who played: Luna and Fleur are now brunettes, not blondes; The Phelps twins are no longer ginger haired, Mr. Felton is no long a bleached blonde and sports a beard and mustache… Everyone has a right to distance themselves from characters they played for 10 years. Whether we like or dislike their choices, it really doesn’t matter. If you like longer hair… wear it. If you don’t, then don’t. Brava to Emma for her “green” choices and the courage to be something other than the character she played for so long! It does prove ONE thing… she’s NOT trying to “get by” on her “Potter reputation” by keeping Hermione’s styles! LOL! She’s a woman on her own merits.

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Adriana on

I agree with IJM404. I like tatoo’s and I like M.Cho, but she obviously is still hnaivg alot of self image issues. She is still too desperate to be thought of as beautiful. I never heard of her taking off her clothes when she was heavy and in her concerts she is/was covered from head to toe.

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