Emma Watson Just Ditched the Disney Princess Look — And Looks Gorgeous



Emma Watson opted for pants at the California premiere of  and the Beast. (Photo: Getty Images)


Emma Watson smartened up her look for the Hollywood premiere of Beauty and the Beast, forgoing her typical Disney princess gowns for a much sleeker ensemble.

The star wore a strapless black jumpsuit straight off the runway from Oscar de la Renta’s most recent collection. Just like Brie Larson’s Oscars gown by the designer, the look featured a more pointed version of a sweetheart neckline.

Watson added her own flourish to the tailored design by placing a gold rose pin on her hip instead of at the bust. The floral theme (a fitting one considering the iconic flower that appears in the Disney classic) was continued in her hair with gold leaves dotted around the actresses updo.



Gold leaves adorned the actresses hair [Photo: AP]


Fittingly, she added more high fashion with her graphic eye makeup. The actress chose a negative-space cat eye (which basically means it’s just the outline) with subtle pink lips.

As always, Watson’s look is sustainable and in line with her new initiative.



Celine Dion looked stunning in a light blue Christian Siriano gown. (Photo: Getty Images)


The actress was joined by other high-profile stars including Celine Dion, who arrived in a stunning baby blue gown by Christian Siriano.



Chrissy Teigen looked amazing in an equally impressive gown. (Photo: AP)


Chrissy Teigen also made an appearance, wearing an ornate burgundy gown complete with lots of fringing. She matched her dark look with equally gothic lips.

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