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More video has surfaced online from Emma's Spring/Summer Burberry shoot. Most of the footage we have seen, but there are some new clips not featured on the other videos! You can view the video at Emma-Watson.net until I can find the video on YouTube
In addition, Emma's People Tree line is going to be featured in the Fair Trade fashion show called Fair Wear 2010. The show is on February 25th at Bristol Cathedral. For tickets, just visit the website. No word if Emma will be attending...but let's keep our fingers crossed!!
Thanks to the girls over at Love Unchained, we've got some brand new videos of Emma during the Summer 2010 Burberry shoots. The first one is a behind-the-scenes look of the shoot and the second is a video of Emma's message to the fans of Burberry on Facebook. Thanks again to Love Unchained and enjoy the videos!
EDIT: In addition, thanks to IHeartWatson, WWD Fashion has released a new article pertaining to this new Burberry campaign.
According to a Burberry spokesman, chief creative officer Christopher Bailey met Alex through Emma, and “loved their dynamic, their brother and sister energy,” so he decided to take a chance and use him in the campaign. Alex, who has the same sharp chin and fierce brows as his elder sibling, has since been signed to Storm, Emma’s agency. [tip | original source]
I think I got everything! If not, more edits to come!
New photos have surfaced from the 2010 Burberry Prorsum ad campaign that has recently started appearing in magazines. It looks like Emma will represent the company for at least one more season! Her younger brother, Alex, has also appeared in some of the photos from the campaign. Click below to see all of the photos in our gallery!
Thanks to votes from fans like you and me, Emma has won in the Best Female Movie Performance category over at the Potrait Choice Awards!
Best Female Movie Performance: Emma Watson in Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince
It was big year in cinema with much anticipated films such as the latest instalments of Harry Potter and Twilight hitting the big screen in 2009. There was some stiff competition between the two when deciding what exactly were the favourites when it came down to these two films. In the case of Best Female Performance in a Movie, while New Moon managed to dominate many of the other categories in the Portrait Choice Awards, in the end Harry Potter’s Emma Watson managed to hold out on her own, winning with 34% of the 23 500+ votes for her magical portrayal of Hermione Granger!
Well done, guys! You can read the full article here.