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  • This woman is Emma Watson's doppelgänger

    Makeup artist transforms herself into actress Emma Watson.

  • Emma Watson Asked The Internet To Help Find Her Beloved Rings

    Emma Watson needs our help. The actress is offering a reward for the safe return of three pieces of precious jewelry. On Sunday, Watson placed three rings in a locker at the Mandarin Oriental Spa in London.

  • Emma Watson Wore a Top Made Entirely of Leftover Fabric Scraps

    Emma Watson is a fan of eco-friendly sustainable looks, so when she wore a top made entirely of leftover fabric scraps, it wasn't that surprising. Check out the look here.

  • Emma Watson Looks Gorgeous in a Dramatic Floral Gown at The Circle Premiere in Paris

    The actress wore a blue-and-white floral patterned gown to The Circle premiere in Paris. See the look.

  • 4-Year-Old Learns Important Lessons by Dressing Up as Great Women of the World

    4-year-old Ana recently dressed up as Wonder Woman. Daniela Peña, who goes by @_analabanana on Instagram, has found a fashionable and fun way to teach her 4-year-old daughter, Ana, about powerful and influential women in the world. The mother and daughter, who hail from Bogotá, Colombia, team up to recreate famous images of women — similar to the way that others, including this Brooklyn family, have used Instagram for stylish teaching moments.

  • Teenage Boy Wrote Essay on Feminism — and Nailed It

    Lachlan Warrell, 19, has everything going for him — and has recently declared himself to be a feminist.

  • How Cara Delevingne and Other Celebs Are Using Red Carpet Fashion to Make Political Statements

    These days, stars let their accessories do the talking. Whether it’s supporting Planned Parenthood, GLAAD, or the ACLU, politically-savvy celebrities are turning the spotlight on themselves on the red carpet onto causes near and dear to them with hats, purses, pins, and more.

  • Emma Watson Is the Off the Shoulder Look's Biggest Proponent

    Emma Watson will not be hanging up her off-the-shoulder clothes anytime soon.

  • Julianne Hough’s Latest Hair Look Was Inspired by Tinker Bell 

    Julianne Hough found hair inspiration in the most magical of places for Disney night on Dancing with the Stars.

  • Emma Watson's Elegant and Easy Updo Is Prom-Perfect

    As if Emma Watson portraying Belle in Beauty and the Beast wasn't perfect enough, her beauty looks for the film's press tour are pretty amazing. Always one to have sophisticated hair and makeup, Watson wore a stunning chignon to the New York City movie premiere. This celebrity hairstyle looks good on anyone and works for any special occasion — prom, weddings, or anniversary parties. In the video above, Stunning Braids author and hairstylist Monaè Everett breaks down the steps to recreate Watson's elegant and easy updo. Grab your hairspray, curling iron, and get ready to Copy That! Step-by-step instructions 1. Apply ample amount of Bumble and Bumble Thickening Full Form Mousse throughout hair. 2. Blow dry product into hair to enhance volume. 3. Starting at the crown, curl hair with a 1-inch curling iron in small sections. Secure sections with hair clips to cool and set the curl. 4. Using a rat-tail comb, part hair down the center and on left and right sides. 5. Remove hair clips and backcomb curls at the crown. 6. Sprinkle a texturizing product like Schwarzkopf OSiS+ Session Label Dust It Flex onto curls and massage into hair to build volume. 7. Pin the center section with into a bouffant. 8. Use a hairspray such as Oribe Superfine Hair Spray to spritz side sections and pin the middle. 9. Pull remaining sections into pony, keeping wisps of hair out. Tease and secure end with an elastic. 10. Roll pony into a chignon, then wrap hair wisps around bun. Read more from Yahoo Style + Beauty: • You'll Want to Recreate Lilly Singh's Metallic Bronze Eyes for Your Next Night Out • How to Get Perfectly Matte Wine Lips Just Like Ruby Rose • Chrissy Teigen's Modern Vamp Lip Is a Look You’ll Want to Wear Day and Night Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.

  • Behold Emma Watson’s Bewitching Style Evolution

    All hail Hermione.Emma Watson has been in the public eye since she was 11, playing the bookish witch from the Harry Potter franchise. And her style has evolved right along with her. From fun and innocent early trends, to her recent jaw-dropping Beauty and the Beast premiere gowns by Emilia Wickstead and Givenchy, she never fails to impress.Per her Instagram, painstakingly detailing the origins of each outfit, she puts sourcing first. And she stands by what she wears. Take a look at 20 of her best style moments from the past 15 years.

  • Emma Watson Uses ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Press Tour to Help the Earth

    Emma Watson has been promoting more than just her new movie, Beauty and the Beast, on her recent press tour. In a move that’s been both commendable and endearing, the international style icon and movie star has also been a sustainability advocate, strictly wearing outfits that are eco-friendly. To keep her fans up to date on her fashion choices during the tour, Watson has been chronicling each look on the Instagram account the Press Tour.

  • Who Wore Mesh Better? Kylie Jenner and Priyanka Chopra Face Off

    Kylie Jenner stepped out in head-to-toe mesh netting while Priyanka Chopra stopped by the Tonight Show in a sheer, blue short dress. Emma Watson looked like Belle in real life wearing Dior Haute Couture, and Zoe Saldana donned a mature look for the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards. Watch Yahoo Style’s Joe Zee round up his favorite looks of the week and pit them head-to-head to see who will emerge as the winner in this week’s edition of Knockout Style.

  • How Emma Watson Made Belle From ‘Beauty and the Beast’ a Modern Style Icon

    Emma Watson is many things. A shrinking violet is not one of them.

  • Disney Launches New Sustainable ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Collection With Christopher Kane

    British designer Christopher Kane is back with his latest project — a new 33-piece capsule collection in partnership with Eco-Age and Disney for “Beauty and Beast.”

  • What Emma Watson's Sheer Gown Says About Her Underboob Controversy

    Emma Watson, a feminist advocate and UN Women ambassador, recently faced backlash for posing in a crochet cape and little else for Vanity Fair, because to some, showing that much skin is anti-everything Watson claims to stand for. Watson defiantly walked the red carpet at the New York premiere of Beauty and the Beast in another revealing ensemble on Monday night. The stunning piece was Givenchy haute couture.

  • Emma Watson Channeled Belle’s Famous Yellow Dress at a Beauty and the Beast Event

    The actress’s press tour has been full of princess moments.

  • All the Best Eco-Brands From Emma Watson’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Tour

    As if there aren’t already enough reasons to love Emma Watson — the actor/U.N. global goodwill ambassador continues to use her celebrity status for the greater good — in this case, sustainable fashion. If you’ve been keeping up with Watson, she’s been traveling the globe for the press tour surrounding her upcoming Disney live-action remake, Beauty and the Beast, which finally debuts in theaters this Thursday. On the page, photos of Watson show her global travels in Paris, London, Shanghai, and Los Angeles while she chronicles every sustainable detail of her outfits — her clothes, jewelry, shoes, and even the beauty products used.

  • Here’s How Emma Watson Grooms Her Pubic Hair, in Case You Were Wondering

    Emma Watson has been extremely candid during her Beauty and the Beast press tour (and we appreciate it). Speaking to Into the Gloss, Emma revealed that she has actually taken advice from Gwyneth Paltrow and started using Fur Oil.

  • Yes, ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Merch Can Be Fashionable … or Beastly

    In these weeks before the March 17 release of Disney's live-action “Beauty and the Beast,” the hype for its merch is everywhere —and not just for little girls. Thanks to nostalgia for the 1991 animated version, there’s a market for products geared toward grown women. Dresses, makeup, jewelry, and more, at high and low price points.