Emma Watson Steals The Cult Style Crown On Wonderland (Which She Edited, Too…)

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  • Emma Watson stars as Wonderland magazine's cover star (twice) as she guest-edits their February/March issue

    Emma Watson just added another stylish skill to her already impressive CV by turning guest-editor for Wonderland magazine. 

    The 23-year-old Harry Potter star put that Brown University English degree of hers to good use to co-edit the publication’s February/March issue. And she also happens to be the magazine’s striking cover star… Twice.
    Stunning with two very different looks, Emma showed off her sartorial split personality by posing for not one, but two edgy portraits shot by Christian Oita and styled by Matthew Josephs.

    In one, dubbed ‘Afro Prada Bruiser’, the British actress is seen pulling a menacing pout while sporting a crown full of curls, smokey eye make-up and dark, defined brows.
    Looking fierce in a canary yellow gem-encrusted frock (Prada, we presume…) Emma Watson proves she can nail high-fashion just as well as high-street as she sheds her good girl image once again.
    The second cover sees the Bling Ring actress playing the part of the serene ‘Elf Alien Queen’, featuring a softer-looking Emma flaunting tumbling waves, a hot berry lip and a dainty princess crown. Gorgeous.
    The actress-turned-student also racked up an impressive list of contributors and interview subjects for her special issue, including Lena Dunham, Lorde, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Douglas Booth, Sofia Coppola, Patti Smith and Pharrell Williams.
    We don’t know about you, but we think Emma’s edgy double Wonderland cover is simply further proof that she’s hands down one of fashion’s most exciting and experimental rising stars. 
    We can’t wait to see what she does next… come and edit Marie Claire next time, Em, won’t you?
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