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    Thread Harvest: Shop Emma Watson’s Ethical Look for Under $250

    It’s no secret that we are big fans of Emma Watson here at TH HQ, so when Emma added Guest-Editor for Vogue Australia to her résumé we were very keen to hear what she had to say.

    Watson has long been a proponent of sustainable fashion. For her Beauty and the Beast  and The Circle  press tours, she only wore outfits that had been approved by a sustainability consulting group, Eco-Age, and documented it on Instagram. For the March 2018 Vogue Australia edition, she partnered with Aussie-based Tech company, Good On You to rate the brands she highlighted. If you haven’t downloaded their app (where have you been!?) you should definitely do so right now!

    What we love most about Emma is that she fully embodies the philosophy that it’s possible to look good and do good at the same time with what you wear. So we decided to take some of her most classic looks and show you how easy it is to have an Emma Watson Wardrobe.

    Don’t forget: Get 10% off on your first order from Thread Harvest.

    Rocking the Pixie cut, Emma shows us that “casual” and “lace” do go together and we couldn’t agree more. Our Raven Top does the same, showing just a flash of skin.


    Raven Top by Threads 4 Thought


    Classic style at it finest! Recreate Emma’s look with The Voyager Shirt from Tasi Travels. Tucked in or tied-up – you can’t go wrong either way!

    Voyager Shirt by Tasi Travels

    Emma shows us why The LBD should be a staple in any ethical wardrobe! We love the Karis Dress by Threads 4 Thought, it’s the perfect day-to-night piece.


    Karis Dress  by  Threads 4 Thought

    Where would we be without gorgeous ethical accessories to complete the look!? We love Emma’s taste in jewellery and whilst we couldn’t find an image of her wearing a Giving Key, we believe this pic is proof that Keys never go out style.


    Dainty Pendant Necklace by The Giving Keys

    So there you have it – an Emma Watson Wardrobe is easy to find, especially when we have taken the guesswork out of it for you.

    Each brand we partner with must meet 2-3 of our Impact Badges. For example, The Giving Keys meet the standard for Employing The Marginalised and Upcycling their products, while Threads 4 Thought use sustainable materials to make products while respecting their employees and treat them humanely and fairly. They meet the Eco-Friendly, Fair Trade and Organic impact badges. The Tasi Travels range if primarily made from Tencel, the most environmentally friendly fabrics available while empowering women. Thus, they meet for the standards of Cause Supporting, Living Wage and Empowering Women.

    We want to hear from you – what’s your Emma Watson Wardrobe staple item you can’t live without? Share in the comments below!

    Emma Watson is Vegan!

    Emma Watson is Vegan!

    Well kind of.

    The definition of Veganism “is both the practice of abstaining from the use of animal products, particularly in diet and an associated philosophy that rejects the commodity status of animals. A follower of either the diet or the philosophy is known as a vegan.”
    which means technically she is a vegan given she rejects the commodity status of animals, however, is not a follower of the diet.

    Regardless of her food choices, Emma is the epitome of sustainable style and ethics always promoting ethical and sustainable fashion in all her red carpet looks. We particularly love her Met Gala dress which was made from recycled plastic.

    Emma also signed up for the Green Carpet Challenge in 2015, agreeing that every single piece she wears on the red carpet would be sustainable. Leading the charge in promoting sustainable fashion with other celebrities like Alicia Silverstone, Pharrell Williams, Kate Mara, and dozens more committed to making cruelty-free and Eco-friendly fashion mainstream.

    Emma chose to wear a whole host of brands on her Beauty & Beast movie tour, which included animal-free footwear using sustainable materials such as canvas, hemp, and faux leather produced from recycled plastic bottles. She wore clothes from the world’s first luxury brand that is committed to producing products that do not use leather, skins, feathers or fur. Emma recently launched her ethical fashion Instagram page: The Press Tour which has now over 500,000 followers, she promotes sustainable fashion because she truly believes in it.

    In a recent interview she said

    “I’ve wanted to move away from calling anything ‘green,’ ‘eco,’ or ‘sustainable’, because those words are very non-descriptive in most ways! It’s very difficult to know what they actually mean.”

    She has an in-depth understanding of the fashion industry and has been a great influence over the years.

    Although the star does not follow a vegan diet, her choice to give exposure to cruelty-free, vegan and PETA approved ethical brands on and beyond her tour can only be a good thing for the fashion industry.

    Emma Watson’s New Instagram Account That Everyone Is Talking About!

    We could talk all day about our love for all things Emma Watson and the change she is championing through her influence for ethical and sustainable fashion. So it should come as no surprise that when she started a new Instagram account to cover her press tour for her latest film Beauty and The Beast, we were going to talk about it!

    “So what!?” I hear you say, “people start Instagram accounts everyday” Correct! But it’s not everyday a high profile celebrity creates one in order to leverage the incredible amount of media coverage they will encounter to bring awareness to ethical fashion. And this is why we love Emma Watson.

    It should come as no surprise that Emma Watson would use the media attention for good, given she is a United Nations Woman Goodwill Ambassador and using her huge social media presence to speak up against exploitation in the supply chain. Within hours of launching the Instagram account @the_press_tour the following had grown to over 200K with Emma posting only 3 images so far.

    The first image has Watson casually dressed for the first leg of her Beauty and The Beast tour which takes her to the movies home country of Paris for it’s first public screening. Outlining piece by piece, Emma shows that to be ethical these days is all about style and substance, outlining the ethical practices each designer has used to create the product.

    Like this outfit below of Emma wearing an Oscar de la Renta piece. Describing the outfit in detail, Emma says:

    “Tonight was the first ever public screening of @beautyandthebeast! We were so happy to surprise the audience in Paris and say “bonjour” in person, especially as this is the country where it was created and Belle’s place of birth ??? Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia, the new Co-Creative Directors of @oscardelarenta, created this Jacobian flower-embroidered duchesse satin bustier with an organic silk faille sash and organic wool trousers as part of their first collection. The entire look was made in-house at Oscar de la Renta’s NYC atelier ❤ @burberry pumps handmade in Italy with organic silk. Fashion info verified by @ecoage  #ecoloves

    The perfect outfit for the perfect evening – we’re a little jealous!

    We are big fans of people like Emma Watson who use their platform to speak up, educate and create change. Check out her new account, you won’t be disappointed!



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