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March 24, 2011  | by: Sydney Scott

Emma Watson

In 2001, we were introduced to Emma Watson, the lucky girl cast to play the frizzy haired, bushy-browed Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films. Watson grew up in front of the camera and we all got to see her transform into the gamine beauty we see today.

Watson has style, poise, and a sophisticated look. The best change she’s made recently is her decision to chop of her lock for a adult pixie cut that took her from cute child star to polished, feminine actress. Watson is completely different from the rigid character she plays in the famous Harry Potter series. She adds a polished touch to boho looks, wears feminine frocks with ease, and pulls off every ensemble with confidence.

The current face of Burberry also has more than just film up her sleeve. She’s been in numerous fashion spreads, worked with People Tree on spring and fall collections, and for a brief period was rumored to be the new face of Chanel replacing Keira Knightley.

With Harry Potter at its end, Watson no doubt has more to come. She was recently cast in her first post-Potter film, My Week With Marilyn, and is reportedly in talks to star in the film adaptation of The Perks of Being a Wallflower. However, needless to say, if the actress ever tires of film she will always have a place in fashion.

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