Emma Watson continues her sustainable press tour in breathtaking Elie Saab

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<i>Emma Watson’s entire look is eco-friendly [Photo: Getty]</i>
Emma Watson’s entire look is eco-friendly [Photo: Getty]

Emma Watson transformed into a Disney princess yet again for the Shanghai premiere of Beauty and the Beast.

Wearing a nude embellished gown by Elie Saab, the actresses look has been described as a modern day wedding dress.

<i>The actress wore a custom sustainable gown by Elie Saab [Photo: Reuters]</i>
The actress wore a custom sustainable gown by Elie Saab [Photo: Reuters]

The gown, which came with an elegant sheer cape, was fitted with an unmissable train that filled the red carpet. 15 metres of tulle was used to create the breathtaking ensemble with sequins, beads and stones making up the embroidery.

Nihao Shanghai! Had the most wonderful premiere at Disneyland this evening. So excited to be here and thank you for the generous welcome ???????? ???? P.S. The Pirates of the Caribbean ride is amazing! Gown crafted from left-over fabric from a previous @eliesaabworld Haute Couture collection. The dress is made from 15 metres of tulle, embroidered with silk thread, sequins, beads and stones, five metres of illusion tulle and four metres of crepe georgette silk. Trainers by: @Veja, a brand that uses innovative, ecological materials, such as Amazonian wild rubber and recycled plastic bottles. @goodguysdontwearleather who do not use any animal products and make their collections in Porto to help preserve the traditional shoe making industry. @allbirds, who recently received status as a certified B Corporation, meaning they meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. Gown validated and fashion information verified by @ecoage #ecoloves Make-up base is @kjaerweis Cream Foundation and @rmsbeauty “Un” Cover Up. Kjaer Weis is a certified-organic and natural make-up line that creates refillable metal packaging to help reduce waste. Cheeks tinted with @beautycounter Colour Sweep Blush Duo, which has a compact made of FSC-certified paper, and @tataharper Volumizing Lip & Cheek Tint. Beauty Counter have ‘The Never List’ of 1,500 questionable or harmful chemicals that they never use in their products. Eyes are @jilliandempsey Khôl Eyeliner (who chooses to use organic and naturally-derived ingredients when formulating her make-up line), @vapourbeauty (who operates its own USDA-approved organic lab) Mesmerize Eye Colour and Kjaer Weis Eye Shadow. Highlight in the inner eyes was created with Kjaer Weis Radiance and brows were finished with @janeiredale Brow Gel. Kjaer Weis Mascara was used on lashes. Lips are a mix of @absolution_cosmetics Sweet & Safe Kiss Lipstick in Rouge Bordeaux and Kjaer Weis Lipstick in Beloved. All brands are cruelty-free. Beauty brands verified by @contentbeauty

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In line with Emma’s new sustainability initiative, the dress was 100% eco-friendly. The 26-year-old revealed details of the design on The Press Tour Instagram, stating that it had been “crafted from leftover fabric from a previous Elie Saab Haute Couture collection.”

Emma also shared the organic products behind her berry lips and natural beauty look, following the sustainable theme. Her creamy foundation is by Kjaer Weis; a natural brand that also provided mascara for the actress.

If you’re looking to recreate Emma’s stand-out lips, get a hold of Absolution Cosmetics’ Sweet & Safe Kiss lipstick in Bordeaux.

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