Emma Waston in Oscar de la Renta [left] and Marchesa [right].
This is a princess dress if I've seen one. I can't put into words how stunning she looks in this dress. The large tool skirt, on some girls, could've easily looked overwhelming and too showy but somehow Emma is able to shine through even with short hair. The beaded bodice is an excellent addition. This look is perfection!
Sleek, modern, and fresh. This Marcheas gown doesn't steal the show away from the nominees but it does make a statement. The fringe detailing at the shoulder and the beading at the neckline demand attetion. She takes a chance by pairing the look with super chic silver pumps to match the detailing of her mini.
Emma Waston in Vionnet [left] and Ossie Clarke [right].
This dress was a complete departure from anything we'd ever seen Emma wear before. It is dark and moody and stunning. The velvet fabric adds texture and demension to an otherwise simply cut dress. A bold hair cut and even bolder makeup choices transition this look from ordinary to stand-out. A tribal inspired necklace and classic pumps complete the look.
So simple and etherial. Emma looks so sweet and innocent in this flowing gown from Ossie Clarke. the pattern is so subtle that at first glance it almost doens't register. She doesn't need bold accessories for this look but I adore the simple, and subtle, red headband she chose to wear in her hair. Emma's makeup is simple and fresh. Beautiful!