Every Magical, Mystifying Dress Emma Watson Wore on Her Press Tour

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Emma Watson took on the green carpet challenge back in 2015, committing to wearing only ethically made clothing. Back then, she and her stylist Sarah Slutsky would break down each element of her outfit, from dainty jewels to pumps, detailing where every item came from on Instagram. But Emma took things one step further as she promoted Beauty and the Beast on the film's press tour, which started in Paris.

Emma created a new account called @the_press_tour, where she shared sketches of her looks, all-angle videos, and lengthy captions that credited the teams who crafted her pieces. Many of the designers she tapped, like Stella McCartney, have been on board with using recycled materials for years. Emma's dresses and jumpsuits were "verified green" by Eco-Age, a company that promotes sustainability through core principles that include matters of pollution, labor work, and fabric resourcing.

Scroll to get a look at everything Emma wore — including Oscar de la Renta trousers that took her from the premiere red carpet to The Ellen DeGeneres Show along with a vintage YSL suit — then see the way she transformed Princess Belle's iconic yellow gown for the big screen.


Emma's Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci Dress

Not only was the dress created by Tisci (who is no longer at the fashion house), but the black chiffon and satin gown was made from Eco-Age-certified organic fabrics. Emma finished the look with a pair of black faux-leather heels and jewels by Ana Khouri and Eva Fehren.


Emma's dress featured a single slit, allowing her to show off her sandals.


Emma's Custom Dior Gown

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The design came complete with a light cape, though Emma shed the piece to read books to children at Lincoln Center in New York.


Emma's Vintage YSL Suit

Emma promoted the sustainable quality of shopping vintage when she shared the slouchy suit she wore on her way to Jimmy Kimmel Live.

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Emma walked into the studio with her blazer buttoned, accessorizing with delicate black sandals.

Emma's Bespoke Galvan Jumpsuit

Emma's Bespoke Galvan Jumpsuit

Emma's off-the-shoulder look, worn for her interview with Jimmy Kimmel, was created by couture-trained pattern makers in Germany. Emma completed the outfit with jewelry by Laura Lombardi, who handmakes her pieces from recycled materials, and Pippa Small, who is a social anthropologist.


Emma's Oscar de la Renta Dress and Tee Combo

Emma pulled a brilliant move when she tied a Mainline basics tee around her bespoke, hand-embroidered dress from Oscar de la Renta's Italian mill. She completed her outfit with All Blues handmade recycled jewelry.


Oscar de la Renta shared a few snaps of the design team putting the finishing touches on Emma's look.


Here's a close up of the dress's intricate embroidery.


Emma's Roland Mouret Jumpsuit

Emma tapped Roland Mouret for her LA press junket look because of the designer's attention to the environment. She completed the look with ankle-strap sandals from sustainable footwear brand Susi Studio.


Emma's Pink Top and Trousers

Emma wore a twisted satin top with Oscar de la Renta trousers for a visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show. She zeroed in on her jewels by Article22, which were crafted from Vietnam War shrapnel.

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Emma completed her talk show outfit with her Burberry silk pumps. These have been a go-to for the star's fancier press tour stops. She re-wore the same Oscar de la Renta trousers from the film's premiere red carpet event.


Emma's Cienne Set

Emma kept it casual white promoting the film in Shanghai. Her Spring 2017 Cienne pieces, including the Emma top ($295) and the Mick pant ($365), are made with sustainable practices in New York's Garment District.

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Emma paired her one-shoulder top and trousers with white sneakers and braided her hair for a casual touch.


Emma's Elie Saab Haute Couture Cape Gown

The piece was constructed from leftover fabric from one of the label's Couture collections.


When Emma hit the red carpet at the Shanghai premiere, she slipped out of her shawl to show off the gown's intricate train and accessorized with Repossi jewels.


Emma's 3.1 Phillip Lim Coordinated Set

The actress opted for a sophisticated, all-black ensemble. She tapped 3.1 Phillip Lim for a look that was made with "responsibly sourced fabrics," including biodegradable yarn.

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The outcome was an elevated take on comfort when she hit the red carpet, and Emma styled her outfit simply with matching hoop earrings and her Burberry silk pumps.


Emma's Emilia Wickstead Gown

Emma's Emilia Wickstead bespoke piece was created from unwanted fabric by an all-female team in the London atelier. She debuted it at the London screening of Beauty and the Beast.

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Emma stunned from every angle, sweeping up her hair to show off her off-the-shoulder neckline and accessorizing with delicate diamond jewels.


Emma's Makeshift Carmen March Jumpsuit

Emma styled her artful bustier with a pair of trousers from Spanish label Carmen March. She wore the same Burberry silk pumps she's been sporting throughout her press tour.


Emma's Stella McCartney Travel Gear

The actress tapped the brand for this leather moto jacket and mockneck dress, finishing her outfit with Good Guys Don't Wear Leather moto boots and even a pair of organic socks.


Emma's Louis Vuitton Dress

Emma walked the red carpet in this cobalt number with slices and cutouts, made from recycled polyester by Nicolas Ghesquiere.

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Emma completed her outfit with the brand's signature edgy leather boots and a Repossi ring.


Emma's Oscar de la Renta Jumpsuit

The outfit was complete with Burberry silk pumps.


Emma's Stella McCartney Coat

Emma completed her jacket, made from recycled materials, with a Filippa K two-tone jumper and Good Guys Don't Wear Leather sneakers.