Emma Watson's Style Transformation

It's been a long time since she first starred in Harry Potter as a 9-year-old. See her grow up on the red carpet.
Plus, see our cover shoot with Emma and read our exclusive interview!

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October 2001

On the set of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone — the first film of the hit fantasy franchise — a young Watson poses with her wizarding costars, Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint.
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November 2001

Even at her earliest Harry Potter premieres (and in varying shades of olive green!), Watson displayed a natural charm and charisma on the red carpet — qualities that have guided her through her skyrocketing career, both as an actress and fashion icon.
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November 2001

At the British premiere of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, an 11-year-old Watson matched a gray floor-length dress with fun, age-appropriate accessories — a purple boa and lavender python boots.
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November 2002

The following year, at the premiere of the second Harry Potter installment, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Watson added some edge to her long chiffon dress with a brown leather jacket and boots.
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May 2004

Now comfortable on the red carpet, the young starlet ditched the Hermione frizz for a more polished, feminine look with a side chignon. Another chic fashion choice: embellished flats.
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May 2004

While promoting Prisoner of Azkaban, Watson and costar Daniel Radcliffe charmed the crowd at MTV's Total Request Live. Perhaps inspired by music legend Michael Jackson, Watson sported a studded military jacket for the occasion.
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May 2004

At a London party for the U.K. premiere of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Watson debuted her glamorous side in a floor-length plum evening gown with matching floral accents on both her dress and in her hair.
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September 2004

At the U.K. premiere of the movie, Wimbledon, Watson — whose love of tennis brought her to see the film — looked radiant in a floral-embroidered kimono, and metallic gold flats.
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November 2005

At the New York premiere of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, a 14-year-old Watson looked elegant in a charcoal blue skirt and top. This look foreshadowed the mature sophistication Watson would later model for the likes of Burberry and Chanel.
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June 2007

At 16, the actress wore a Chanel haute couture collection gown to the Raisa Gorbachev Foundation’s Second Annual Gala in support of childhood cancer research. (Is it coincidence that the golden fringe pattern is reminiscent of Harry Potter’s infamous lightning scar? You decide.)
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June 2007

Watson looked lovely alongside her longtime costars at a London event for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix in a knee-length olive dress.
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December 2007

The actress arrived at the Chanel Paris Londres Collection Show in London in head-to-toe black — with heels, a leather jacket, and a Chanel shoulder bag.
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February 2008

The stylish star attended the London opening of a Burberry-hosted photography exhibition — wearing none other than Burberry.
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July 2008

For the Cartier international polo match, the 18-year-old actress looked absolutely enchanting with dark makeup and a delicate ivory dress.
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October 2008

Watson was a knockout at the Diesel Rock & Roll Circus at Brooklyn's Pier 3 in a black and gold dress.
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December 2008

Watson turned heads at the Hollywood premiere of The Tale of Despereaux in a more grown-up version of her November 2005 frock — a form-fitting navy mini-dress by William Tempest.
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February 2009

With seven films under her belt, the actress worked her magic on the London red carpet of The 2009 Orange British Academy Film Awards. She looked stunning in a floor-length, embellished Temperley London gown.
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June 2009

At a Rodarte event in London, Watson sported a one-shouldered dress by the designers. The actress paired the draped frock with understated hair and makeup for an avant-garde fashion statement.
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July 2009

At the world premiere of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, Hermione Granger herself didn’t let the rain stop her from looking radiant in a plunging pink and gray vintage dress from iconic British designer Ossie Clark.
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July 2009

At the film’s New York premiere, Watson chose a sexy leather-top dress from Proenza Schouler’s resort collection. The classic-yet-edgy look was just right for the first-year Brown undergrad.
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September 2009

At London Fashion Week’s Burberry Show, the Burberry spokesmodel dazzled the crowd in this gold mini dress, paired with towering black platforms and a leather-braided belt.
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May 2010

All grown up, the 20-year-old wore a custom one-shouldered Burberry gown to the Metropolitan Museum’s annual costume ball in New York City.
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June 2010

At England’s Glastonbury Festival, Watson pulled off a red carpet look in the midst of the English countryside. Her Louis Vuitton corset paired with Hudson denim shorts and Christian Louboutin boots showed her knack for working runway into everyday.
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