Emma Watson Wears An Upcycled Wedding Dress For Her Return To The Red Carpet

Stunning and sustainable.

Emma Watson attending the Earthshot Prize

by Natalie Hammond |

It's almost been two years since we've seen her on the red carpet. And for her return, Emma Watson chose a look that was stunning and sustainable, a fitting choice for the Earthshot Prize, an award ceremony that recognises five goals, or 'Earthshots', to repair our planet that, if achieve by 2030, will improve life for us all.

Emma Watson wearing Harris Reed

Watson is a passionate advocate for the environment and sustainability, her profile on Instagram, @emmawatson, has been taken over by an anonymous feminist collective ahead of Cop26, and she chose to wear a designer who reflected a mindful attitude towards materials and making for last night's awards.

Emma Watson wearing Harris Reed

The dress in question - a white tulle confection that swooped down at the back and was decorated with lace - was by Harris Reed, whose latest collection was made out of pre-loved bridalwear and groomswear sourced from Oxfam. Watson paired the dress with flared trousers, a calling card of Reed's, as well as jewellery from the designer's recent collaboration with Missoma, which has been worn by the likes of Bella Hadid, Billie Eilish and Gigi Hadid.

The best news? Some of the jewellery is still available to buy now...


SHOP: Harris Reed x Missoma

Harris Reed, In Good Hands Pearl Necklace, £125
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Harris Reed, Labradorite Cocktail Ring, £149
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Harris Reed, Handpicked Serpent Earrings, £275
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Harris Reed, Symbols of Change Bracelet, £285
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Harris Reed, Openness Ring, £85
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Harris Reed, Star of the Show Necklace, £175
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Harris Reed, Serpent Ear Cuff, £149
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Harris Reed, Star Crossed Pearl Necklace, £150
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Harris Reed, Golden Seal Ring, £155
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