Until this weekend, Emma Watson’s last red carpet appearance was in 2019 at the movie premiere of the Little Women. But that has changed as the actress and activist made her big comeback at the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Earthshot Prize ceremony at Alexandra Palace in London, which rewarded those working to preserve the environment.
Watson ssettled on a stunning masterpiece from Harris Reed – a British American fashion designer. Reed is known for their gender fluid designs, that often play with themes centred around masculinity and femininity. Her outfit consisted of a tulle and lace white asymmetrical gown/tunic over flared black pants.
Commenting on what it felt like working with Emma Watson, Reed wrote on his Instagram “I had the immense honour to dress @emmawatson in customised head to toe Harris Reed for tonight’s Earthshot Prize” . “Emma wears full Up-cycled Demi- Couture gown from my collection FOUND using old wedding dresses from @oxfamgb with classic H- flares all topped off with the divine #harrisreedxmissoma earrings, rings and bracelets! A massive massive thank you to @rebeccajbean for working night after night on this stunning piece, @phoebebluecobb for helping make it all come true!!! Endlessly grateful to be be able to have.”
Watson, who is hugely passionate about the environment (among many other causes) and also shared a promotional clip for COP26 on Instagram, which is the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference.