Celebrity Style

Emma Watson's Best Red Carpet Looks From Pantsuits To Cut-Out Gowns

She always nails it.

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Emma Watson has spent most of her life in front of the camera, first introduced to the world in 2000 in the ‘Harry Potter’ series. Since then, her style has grown, evolved, and continued to stun. Flip though to follow her journey towards style icon-ship.

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In 2000, Watson was formally introduced to the world at the 'Harry Potter' photocall wearing a purple T-shirt, light blue mini skirt, and bright white sneakers.
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In 2001, Watson wore a comfy, short-sleeved denim maxi dress by Kenzo for the UK premiere of 'Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.'
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For the 2001 NYC premiere of 'Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone,' Watson dressed in head-to-toe green from DKNY.
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In 2002, at the 'Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets' premiere, Watson wore an ethereal light purple silk chiffon dress from Jigsaw Junior.
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In 2004, Watson hit the red carpet for the UK premiere of 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban,' wearing a vintage purple tulle gown with a giant bow on one side of her neckline that she and her mother bought specifically for the event.
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For the 2005 BAFTA Awards, Watson slipped into a green ankle-length dress from Alberta Ferretti.
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Watson chose a jeweled Chanel Couture dress for the 2007 premiere of 'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.'
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For the 2008 National Movie Awards, Watson arrived in a white Victorian-inspired gown with an embellished top from Alexander McQueen.
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For the 2010 Met Gala 'American Woman, Fashioning A National Identity,' Watson chose a white one-shoulder gown from Burberry.
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For the 2011 world premiere of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2,' Watson floated down the red carpet in a tulle confection by Oscar de la Renta.
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Watson embraced the cut-out trend at the 2013 Met Gala, 'Punk, Chaos To Couture' in an asymmetrical black gown from Prabal Gurung.
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In one of Watson's break-out style moves, she slipped into a Dior Couture backless gown in bright red, worn over a pair of black trousers for the 2014 Golden Globes.
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In one of her most iconic looks to date, Watson slipped into a white button-down shirt and grey maxi skirt from Ralph Lauren for the Celebration of the Royal Marsden in 2014.
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At the 2016 White House Correspondents' Dinner Pre-Party, Watson went for a pair of trousers and an open-front strapless floral dress from Osman in lieu of a traditional gown.
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Watson stunned on the red carpet in Calvin Klein for the 2016 Met Gala, 'Manus x Machina.'
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For a 2017 event for 'The Circle' in Paris, Watson slipped into a sheer black embellished gown, worn over a T-shirt, designed by Louis Vuitton.
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At the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscars Party, Ralph Lauren designed a long black dress with an embellished neckline, worn in lieu of any jewelry.
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At the 2019 premiere for 'Little Women,' Watson chose a black gown from Balenciaga with a tulle embellishment along the neckline.

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