Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 1 October 2014

Emma Watson dazzles for Noah in NY

Emma Watson

Emma Watson stunned in a black V-back Oscar de la Renta dress at the premiere of her new film yesterday.

The 23-year-old actress stepped out at the Clearview Ziegfeld Theatre in the stunning black dress, which featured a long train that flowed as she walked the red carpet. Its daring V-shaped back flashed a bit of flesh, while the high-necked front and long sleeves gave the piece a more modest feel.

To accessorise the satin dress, Emma held a small metallic Roger Vivier clutch bag and wore navy pointed Christian Louboutin heels.

A slick of her iconic red lipstick and black mascara, highlighted by a spot of light brown eyeshadow, completed the look. For her hair, Emma tied her brown locks back into low twisted bun, fastened with pins.

On her left ear was a long Ana Khouri earring that snaked up her lobe, which along with an Aurélie Bidermann cuff and rings by Jennifer Meyer and WWAKE added sparkle to the outfit.

Speaking to E! News on the night, Emma explained how she has learnt to enjoy dressing up for the red carpet and events.

"I've just really embraced that side of my job, I guess, because you have to do these appearances and so you might as well make it fun," she smiled.

Also at the premiere was actress Jennifer Connelly. The brunette beauty looked stylish in a leather-bodice dress that had knitted skirting. Her quirky ensemble was a custom-made Louis Vuitton piece, tweaked from the same dress creative director Nicolas Ghesquière unveiled as part of Paris Fashion Week.

Jennifer was thrilled to have the help of her close friend when picking her look for the event.

“I’ve known him for about 15 years. We talked about [the dress] together. I was really excited for the new collection,” she told WWD. “It’s so exciting for him and it’s a wonderful partnership.”

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