Emma Watson grown up for T Style

There’s not much about Emma Watson’s cover shoot for the New York Times T Style magazine that you’d call youthful. That’s an inevitability of spending your youth known to all as a sweet, magic wand yielding school girl. Watson seems keen to remind the world that she’s not that little girl anymore.

Rather than do that by way of sexed-up dresses, her shoot for T Style presents her in elegant, ‘60s inspired makeup and a wardrobe of tailored coats and androgynous suit cuts.

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Watson was photographed by Alasdair McLellan and styled by Anastasia Barbieri.

Via nytimes.com.

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