Emma Watson is known to be a keen champion of sustainable fashion. So it was fitting, then, that for the Earthshot Prize ceremony on Sunday night, the actor opened for an upcycled look by rising London – based designer Harris Reed.
PARIS, France – The actor wowed in a voluminous white tulle gown, created using secondhand bridal dresses from Oxfam, which she teamed with flared trousers and Harris Reed X Missoma jewellery. Sharing a behind – the – scenes peek at the event, Reeed posted on Instagram: ‘What a magical day…honoured to be a part [of it]’.
Watson, who has been outspoken about environmental issues in the past, presented the Fix Our Climate award, which went to Thailand – based company AEM Electrolyser for its green hydrogen technology.
The event marked the actor’s first red – carpet appearance in nearly three years, with Watson focusing on her activism of late. She recently attended the TED Countdown climate conference in Edinburgh, while her Instagram account has been taken over by an anonymous collective for COP26, the United Nations’s climate conference taking place in Glasgow in November.