Monday, February 17, 2014

Emma Watson – The actress turns guest editor for Wonderland magazine

There’s almost nothing as impressive in a woman as one who has beauty and brains, and one who is not ashamed of it. In this way, Emma Watson has rather outdone herself. The British actress is not only the cover star but has also made her journalistic unveiling by guest editing an issue of the quarterly magazine, Wonderland, which went to print on 7th February.

As any A-lister has A-list contacts, Emma proved to be quite hands-on in her editorial duties. The independent international publication, Wonderland, is known for its profiles on the coolest and most talented artists, musicians, and actors. And as any good editor would, she pulled out her contact list and crammed the magazine with interviews from co-stars and collaborators like Jonah Hill, Sofia Coppola, Darren Aronofsky, Lorde, Tavi, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Lena Dunham, Patti Smith and, of course, J.K. Rowling. This girl is pretty resourceful.

Emma is definitely on a role. She went back to studying at Brown University recently and also has a new film coming out this year. “Noah”, directed by Darren Aronofsky (“Black Swan”), is the dramatic recount of the famous Biblical story and is a hit-starrer with Russell Crowe as Noah, Jennifer Connelly, Douglas Booth, Logan Lerman, Ray Winstone, and, of course, Emma. The film is already generating quite a bit of buzz and is due for release in March this year.

Emma also has loads of fashion experience to draw from for her editorial shift with Wonderland. She has modelled for Burberry and has designed collections in collaboration with People Tree and Alberta Ferretti and is currently a representative for cosmetics giant Lancôme.

The images were shot by one of fashion’s hottest photographers at the moment, Kerry Hallihan. And there are also images in Emma’s fashion spread featuring her “Noah” co-star Douglas Booth, in which the two look rather ethereal. The magazine went to print with two different covers, making Emma an even luckier girl. And both the covers are gorgeous with Emma’s fine, princess-like features as the focus. So it’s quite fitting that she’s even wearing a tiara on one of the covers.

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