POPSUGAR Fashion Emma Watson Photos of Emma Watson's Fair Trade Clothing Line For People Tree Chat With Emma Watson About Fair Trade Fashion! by Fashion 1/14/10 0 Shares Like us on Facebook While she was also serving as Burberry's beloved muse, Emma Watson hooked up with People Tree to design a 100 percent organic and fair trade cotton capsule collection. Two looks have been released and they look promising! But beyond the fashion, Emma wants to hear your questions about fair trade. Curious why she's so passionate about it? Why she chose People Tree? What fair trade fashion even means? All you have to do is film yourself asking her your question, then email the MPEG to email@example.com. Get more info here. Read More People TreeFashion For A CauseEmma WatsonGo Go GreenEcoFashion FlashCelebrity Eco 45 Wedding Favors Your Guests Will Actually Use 9 Safe Sunscreens For Kids (Including Some You Can Find at Your Drugstore) Smell Amazing With Essential Oil Laundry Detergent How to Wash and Naturally Whiten Dingy Pillows Emma Watson POP 100: Who Is Your Favorite Star Under 30? We Spy: Fake Freckles! Everything You Need to Know 9 Signs You're Definitely a Proud Feminist Celebrity Siblings You Probably Didn't Know About Get chic with our daily newsletter Celebrity Style Fashion and Beauty News Beauty Tips Street Style Sign up with By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. lizlee89 5 years see; these I can get behind - I know I was the only one but I was not at all impressed by her Burberry ads (current or last years) - she looked so awkward. but in these she looks so pretty and youthful... a1stbornunicorn 5 years I love seeing celebrity used for activism :). sidra5397 5 years It's cute. Nothing innovative but then again she isn't claiming to be a designer, just a fashion lover who's interested in fair trade. reactionary 5 years I have a lot of respect for emma watson. I like that she keeps it so classy, and maybe this collection of hers is hopping a little on the bandwagon with the "environmentally friendly/fair trade" bit, but i think that's a better bandwagon to be hopping on than the one other young female stars are on (miley cyrus, anyone?).