Emma Watson Knows That This Is the Most Flattering Colour

Emma Spedding

For The Beauty and the Beast promo tour, Emma Watson created an Instagram account called @the_press_tour to share detailed fashion credits for all of her outfits, explaining how each brand she wears is sustainable. Now Emma is promoting her latest project, The Circle, so the outfit-of-the-day posts are back.

For interviews in San Francisco, Emma wore a striking all-red look by independent designer Gabriela Hearst, who Emma explains has "ethical values at the heart of her brand." Emma shows the off-the-shoulder trend isn't going anywhere soon, pairing the shoulder-baring red bodysuit (which is currently available on Net-a-Porter for £355) with matching wool flared trousers (£705) and a classic, sweeping silk trench coat by the same designer. She is also clearly already keeping an eye on the A/W 17 trends, as this head-to-toe-red idea is set to be a key look in six months' time.

Emma often introduces us to amazing sustainable jewellery brands, and for this look, she wore gold hoops and rings by Stockholm-based brand All Blues, which handcrafts every piece in its local, third-generation foundry.

This isn't the only time Emma has given us a lesson in how to wear red, as on the press tour she also wore a red Rosie Assoulin dress cinched in with a red waist belt. Once again, she doubled up on the red by wearing matching red lipstick.

 

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Scroll below to buy her exact Gabriela Hearst outfit.

Gabriela Hearst Vesta Wool-Blend Flared Pants (£705)

Manolo Blahnik Carolyne Navy Suede Pumps (£580)

All Blues Hungry Snake Ring (£700)

All Blues Hungry Snake Earrings (£1400)

To see her guide to sustainable shopping, check out more of Emma Watson's style next.

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