Emma Watson covers the March issue of Vanity Fair with a profile that revisits her child star past, looks to her Disney princess future, and attempts to drag Gloria Steinem into some good old-fashioned shit talking.
In the piece, Vanity Fair's Derek Blasberg describes a PowerPoint presentation Watson created for fashion designers looking to dress her for her Beauty and the Beast tour.
"It included a questionnaire about how their garments are produced, what their impact is on the environment, and the moral reason why she should wear one on the red carpet."
While speaking with friends and colleagues for the profile, Blasberg asked Steinem — a close friend of Watson's — if the actress's "Goody Two-Shoes" persona might begin to irritate the general public.
As The Cut noted, Steinem wasn't having it.
Good try though, Blasberg.