Emma Watson may be young at 23, but she is definitely one of the brightest stars in Hollywood. After the big hit of Harry Potter, she continue to shine and grace the red carpet and proven that age does not matter in becoming a fashion and style icon.
From Germany to Madrid, Emma Watson stuns her fans with her fashion choices in the red carpet premieres of the Biblical epic film "Noah." Her recent major appearance is in Leicester Square in London, sashaying a white halter gown from the Ralph Lauren Collection. The dress is far from being outrageous, but Ms. Watson looks immaculate and radiating, making the photographers click their cameras in frenzy as the star walk past them.
Ms. Watson played the role of Ila in the blockbuster film "Noah." Her role is tagged to be a "fictional" addition into Noah's biblical story, being the wife of Shem played by Douglas Booth. In the story, Ila became pregnant and gave birth to a twin.
Emma Watson surely knows how to rock designer clothes; wearing creations of Oscar dela Renta (New York premiere), an Yves Saint Laurent men-inspired wear (Late Show with David Letterman), and a Peter Pilotto wrap front dress ("Noah" press conference in Beverly Hills) among others while promoting "Noah." However, her fashionable wears in the red carpet is far from what audiences will see in the "Noah" film. Like all of the casts of the movie, her ensemble depict the clothing in the Old Testament.
When asked about her role in "Noah," the actress answered that she love Ila's role. She describes Ila as a woman with a huge heart and wise, with a character that is very relatable according to a Reuter's interview. Ms. Watson also feels honoured with the rest of the cast like Russell Crowe, Anthony Hopkins, Jennifer Connelly and Ray Winstone whom she noted as "people who really are at the top of their game."
"Noah" brings Ms. Watson's performance into a different level with the director Darren Aronofsky even praising her professionalism while filming. The lady may always be known as Hermione Granger in the "Harry Potter" series, but she is starting to build her name as one of the most flexible actresses of this generation.