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Emma Watson surge com vestido feito com tecido de fim de linha

Emma Watson escolhe look no estilo de princesa para première em Londres de 'A Bela e a Fera'

CARAS Digital Publicado em 23/02/2017, às 20h57 - Atualizado às 21h20

Emma Watson - Getty Images
Emma Watson - Getty Images

A atriz Emma Watson surgiu deslumbrante na première do filme A Bela e a Fera em Londres na noite desta quinta-feira, 23. A artista escolheu um vestido no estilo de princesa, com ombro a ombro e uma longa cauda, feito pelo ateliê de Emilia Wickstead. Um dos destaques do modelito é a origem do tecido.

De acordo com informações do Instagram dedicado a falar dos looks de Emma na turnê de divulgação do filme, o vestido foi confeccionado com tecido de fim de linha, que não podia ser vendido e seria destruído. O tecido veio de uma empresa de gestão familiar de Londres e ganhou uma nova utilidade pelas mãos da equipe totalmente feminina do ateliê de Emilia Wickstead.

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Tonight was a special screening of @beautyandthebeast in London. The film was shown at the Odeon Leicester Square cinema to 1,600 people after a reception at the stunning Spencer House ???? Bespoke @emiliawickstead structural, off-the-shoulder gown with inverted pleat train. The gown is made from end-of-line fabric sourced from a family-run, London business specialising in couture fabrics, and produced in Italy. These unwanted fabric pieces have been given a new lease of life; often irregular quantities of surplus or end-of-line fabrics cannot be sold and are destroyed. This piece was created in Emilia Wickstead's London atelier, by an all-female team. Earrings are from @catbirdnyc, whose pieces are handmade in Brooklyn. Dress validated by @ecoage #ecoloves Skin prepped with @demamielskin Dewy Facial Mist, @tataharper Repairative Moisturiser and @decleoruk Aromessence Neroli Hydrating Oil Serum. De Mamiel mist is made from ingredients sourced and blended in the UK, in small batches to maintain the vitality of each natural ingredient. Tata Harper are verified by PETA that neither the brand nor its ingredient suppliers conduct, commission, or pay for any tests on animals for ingredients, formulations, or finished products. Decléor serum is a blend of naturally derived ingredients such as neroli and sandalwood and free from mineral oils and parabens. Foundation is @inikaorganic's BB Cream, which is certified organic, vegan and not tested on animals. Concealer is the @rmsbeauty "Un" Cover-Up made from organic coconut, jojoba and cacao oil and mineral colours. Cheeks are @iliabeauty A Fine Romance Multi-Stick which is gluten-free and then finished with Inika's Mineral Mattifying Powder, blended from silica, corn, tapioca and rice powders instead of talc, which face powders have traditionally been based on. Beauty brands verified by @contentbeauty

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