To celebrate Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson’s 20th birthday today, new photo shoot images has been released by actress Emma Watson’s website, taken by a friend, Andrea Carter Bowman. All images are the property of the website. We reserved no right to these images and have no responsibility to its use by others.
To celebrate her birthday today, Emma’s website has been relaunched with a whole new look and feel! Come on in her website to view it. Special thanks to the guys at great fridays.
Today, April 15th 2010 at 6pm CEST (Paris), is actress Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson’s 20th Birthday! We would like to wish Emma a Happy lucky Birthday. We hope her continued success in her career and in everything else in her life.
People Tree has announced the people who will be asking actress Emma Watson a question about Fair Trade, which Emma will all answer on a taped video soon.
People Tree released statement:
Thank you for all the fantastic videos you sent in asking Emma Watson your questions on Fair Trade fashion. They were all great, but unfortunately Emma couldn’t answer every question so she selected her absolute favourites!
- Keith from USA
- Freya from UK
- Justine from France
- Haruka from Japan
- Daniel from Austria
- Julia from Holland
- Laura from USA
- Tom from UK
The answers Emma will give will appear on the People Tree website at the same time
when new styles of the Love From Emma summer collection go on sale!
Exciting new things are coming soon: a relaunch of Emma’s website means newer contents will be introduce! We are specially excited about the final look of the newly created website, but we are also equally excited to bring new content to the public from Emma herself. So watch out!
Hot, new Keith McNally pizzeria Pulino’s met hot, new Anglican talent when Emma Watson and Vogue’s Sarah Mower, Meredith Melling Burke and Mark Holgate hosted a party at the eatery last Thursday to celebrate a group of emerging English designers, in town for the London show Rooms initiative. As you might expect of the fashionable crowd, which included Elettra Wiedemann, Fabiola Beracasa, Hilary Rhoda and Eddie Borgo, they were cleanly divided into two camps: those who partook of the cheese-topped feast (Melissa George and husband Claudio Dabed staked out the open kitchen) and those who steered clear of any pies (carb-phobic models hovered near the door). At the center of it all was Watson, working a Christopher Kane minidress as she chatted with guests and chowed down on some mini slices. The Brown freshman, on the tail-end of her spring break, chatted with WWD about her British allegiance.
WWD: What do you think defines British style?
Emma Watson: It’s so funny because now that I’m in America, I’m more able to define it. Before I didn’t have an awareness of another style. I think [British style] has to do with the weather. We have terrible weather. It’s very gray and drizzly so we need things to cheer us up. And I think that leads to a lot of creativity and color, and I think that’s why our designers are so innovative. Because at home we’re kind of up against the elements in a sense. And we need cheering up. I think we do very well with a kind of a eclectic mix. We have great vintage and we love to mix and match: high street and high fashion, vintage…and I think that really defines it as well.
WWD: Now that you’re in Providence, what do you miss most about England and London?
E.W.: Marks & Spencer, the supermarket.
WWD: Really? What do you miss from there?
E.W.: The food, the food! Marks & Spencer’s food. I miss English chocolate. And I miss silly things like the adverts on TV.
We are bringing you a story of meeting the actress by a non-fan. With this story, you will have a non biased account of Emma by someone else.
Emma Watson & I last Thursday night on Bowery! 3/25/10
This is probably one of the easiest celebrity encounters I’ve ever had. I heard about this party going down at new celeb hotspot Pulino’s on Bowery & Houston and decided to do a walk-by. Walk-by’s never hurt anyone. Ilana and I got there and there were maybe like, four autograph sellers and two paparazzi, along with two scary looking doormen standing at the entrance. Pulino’s exterior are really tall windows and even though they are a bit frosted up to about the five foot mark, you can clearly see all the flashes going on inside. I immediately assume the party is already raging on and that, from the looks of the paps and the autograph dudes, this is going to be a bust. Wrong.
We were standing there for about two minutes before the paps & sellers start to stalk this town car that pulls up. I have this theory that anyone who arrives in a town car is not worthy of my time. All the big-leaguers arrive in big, scary black SUV’s. Not Emma Watson. The car moved up from the corner to send the 6 or 7 dudes surrounding the car a hint and they take it. They stood far enough from the car that she had plenty of space to get out and walk a few feet onto the sidewalk, but they completely block her way to the restaurant which is clever on their behalf but not surprising. The windows are not tinted so we can see her inside making executive decisions with an older woman I can only assume is her publicist. That’s all she came with: a publicist. I’m instantly impressed by this girl.
Her publicist gets out and walks around to open the door for her but the door is locked and Emma spends a good minute trying to unlock it from the inside. Her driver is useless (maybe next time she’ll upgrade to an SUV). When she finally gets out she walks up onto the sidewalk to start signing for the sellers and her publicist is allowing it but started calling some of them out. “She already signed for you. She already signed one for you. No, she already signed for you.” Her publicist is a bulldog and I love it. I had asked Emma for a picture from a few feet away but she couldn’t hear me over the dudes yelling at her to sign stuff for them to sell, so I asked her publicist. She seemed to be in charge of the situation anyway. She looks at me, shrugs, and says, “You have to ask her.” I sort of liked this. Like, I won’t let her pay these dudes rent by signing 15 different pictures for each person, but for an actual fan? That’s your call.
So once she’s done signing I ask and Emma goes, “Sure!” I hand my camera off to Ilana and Emma poses next to me (in a really hot dress by the way!) – realizes she’s a few inches taller than me… and SLOUCHES DOWN TO MY HEIGHT. Again, I’m in love. This is the coolest thing ever. Do you know how rare it is for a celeb to actually care how a photo with a fan is going to come out? Half the time getting them to smile is a feat on it’s own. As you can see our picture came out ace and that’s mostly due to Emma. When I said thank you she said “No worries!” and proceeded to take a picture with Ilana as well.
I had been somewhat forewarned that Emma Watson was a bitch. Emma Watson was the furthest thing from a bitch. She was polite, she smiled, and made sure I didn’t look like a midget troll in my picture. If she went inside and talked trash to Anna Wintour about us – I don’t care. She was polite to me and that’s all that matters in my book!