Emma Watson Guest Edits Vogue Australia's March 2018 'Designing the Future' Issue

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Emma Watson Guest Edits Vogue Australia's March 2018 'Designing the Future' Issue

Actor and activist Emma Watson is the guest editor for the March 2018 issue of Vogue Australia, dedicated to 'Designing the Future', with a focus on sustainability. and equality. Emma is lensed by Peter Lindbergh with styling by Hannes Hetta

“Emma’s personal commitment to sustainable fashion and the process of putting together this issue has introduced us to new ways of thinking and tools to help us be better informed. The challenges she has posed have set us in new directions, which will be lasting,” said Vogue Australia's editor-in-chief Edwina McCann of Watson's guest editorship and the subsequent fashion shoot.

The issue features stories and interviews with designer Stella McCartney, sustainable fashion advocate Livia Firth, scientist Tim Flannery and Nobel Peace Prize recipient Malala Yousafzai. 

For her part, Watson understands that the word 'change' can be intimidating, and so she proposes that each of us commits to a small change, because when steering a boat, the captain can shift the wheel one degree and it drastically changes the course of the boat.

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Many American high schools have also banned the book from its libraries, claiming the content is too sexually graphic. The American Library Association ranked it No. 88 on its list of most frequently challenged books from 2000 to 2009. The association maintains the list to keep track of books that are subject of attempted bans or censorship.

Peter Lindbergh Captures Emma Watson For Interview Magazine May 2017

Peter Lindbergh Captures Emma Watson For Interview Magazine May 2017

'Beauty and the Beast' star Emma Watson covers the May 2017 issue of Interview Magazine. Emma is styled by Elin Svahn in noble origins looks from Louis Vuitton, Carven, Balenciaga, Paco Rabanne, Celine, Stella McCartney and more for images by Peter Lindbergh.

Watson is interviewed by close friend Jessica Chastain, while soaking in a Parisian bathtub. About shooting with Peter Lindbergh, she says:

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They were joined by supermodel Amber Valletta, who co-hosted the recent sustainable innovation summit in Copenhagen, wore H&M conscious couture to the Met.

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Livia Firth's Green Carpet Influence Is Spreading

Livia Firth stepped out in Cannes this weekend, refusing to splurge on a new gown and wearing her mother's 1968 vintage coral dress once modelled by her mother in the Italian resort of Viareggio.  Last year, Firth launched her documentary 'The True Cost' Fashion Industry Documentary, featured on AOC one year ago today. 

In Cannes Livia dazzled in ethically-sourced emerald jewelry, a collaboration by Chopard and Gemfields, the world's leading producer of colored gemstones. Firth was not alone, joined by Julianne Moore, featured last week wearing Chopard for a David Roemer feature in Grazia Italia.

Moore's emerald earrings are part of the same Chopard and Gemfields collaboration with Llivia Firth.