From child star to fully-fledged fashionista, we chart the rise of Emma Watson's style star
Edging ever closer to full style icon status, Emma Watson has been working some amazing ensembles of late, absolutely killing it on the red carpet as she promotes her new movie Noah.
The former Harry Potter starlet has come a long, long way since those early Hermione days. Emma landed the life-changing role in 1999 at just nine-years-old and though cute as a button, her first first forays into fashion - all wholesome floral frocks, age-appropriate prom dresses and girlie headbands – didn't win her many sartorial plaudits.
Luckily, by the time the last Harry Potter film was playing in cinemas, the English rose had developed a classy style all her own, with a little help from stylists and brands like Chanel and Lanvin of course, bagging campaigns for Burberry and Lancôme, as well as the highly coveted cover of American Vogue.
So exactly how did she pull it off? Take a look back at her life in style and see for yourself.
Click through the images above to see the rise and rise of Emma's sartorial star.