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Posted on July 04, 2022 by Gabby   Appearances

Emma was seated at the front row during the Schiaparelli Fashion Show in Paris earlier today, the opener of Paris Couture Week. If you’re interested in the event itself, WWD has a review of the show and a brief explanation of what it represents.

Our gallery has been updated with images of Emma at the event.


Posted on June 26, 2022 by Gabby   Appearances

Seeing as we don’t have actual news these days, we’ve decided to take some time and go through our photo gallery to see what updates we might have missed through the years. We’ve had this fansite for so long that sometimes we let things slip through the cracks, which is definitely the case here – we noticed there were several old events that Emma attended missing, and pictures we had been seeing around for years and probably assumed had been added already. Well, now they have!

Please bear in mind that the quality of some of these is… questionable. But they’re old, so the likelihood of finding better versions isn’t great. It’s just sweet to see little Emma’s style back in those days, and how much fun she seemed to be having while promoting Harry Potter!

Posted on June 19, 2022 by Gabby   Sustainability

Emma attended The Brilliant Minds Conference yesterday in Stockholm, Sweden. Although we don’t have photos of her inside the venue, we’ve updated our gallery with some of her just outside. The event was organized by The Brilliant Minds Foundation, and you can read more about it below.

Brilliant Minds Foundation is a global platform for creative individuals to come together on world changing ideas.

The aim of the Brilliant Minds Foundation is to be the foremost future-gazing impact organization, and support and connect founders with transformative ideas that make the world more sustainable, creative and collaborative.

Brilliant Minds Foundation is rooted in Swedish values of openness, transparency, equality, trust and social responsibility.

President Barack Obama, Marina Abramovic, Gwyneth Paltrow, Secretary John Kerry, Evan Spiegel, Greta Thunberg, Naomi Campbell, Eric Schmidt, Pharrell Williams, David M. Solomon and Robyn are just some of the many outstanding voices who have taken to the stage in the past. Together, these voices have and continue to help Brilliant Minds Foundation to give a stage to young entrepreneurs, daring thinkers, and emerging artists. Together we have championed and celebrated their perspectives and passions and encouraged them to share their platforms and make change happen.

It takes extraordinary leadership to keep an organization relevant in a world of relentless change. Brilliant Minds offers a unique platform to celebrate new ideas and sustainable innovation, helping to modernize and rebuild leadership on a global scale.

As of 2022, the Brilliant Minds Foundation board consists of Daniel Ek and the Wallenberg, Berg/Ax:son Johnson, Rapp, Persson, Olsson, Schörling and Andersson families.

Posted on June 18, 2022 by Gabby   Site

Our 25th version is now online! It’s a special one for me, as it’s the first I designed/coded (almost) entirely on my own. I had been reminiscing about old school layouts, the kind we might have seen when IHW was first launched in 2007, so the header is a little more on that style, as opposed to some clean ones we’ve had in the past. I’m considering the possibility of changing layouts more often, too, and assigning specific themes to them – such as Emma’s characters, specific photoshoots she’s done over the years, maybe even events in which she sported our favorite looks. We’ll see whether my free time (and my patience/desire to play on photoshop) end up contributing to that in the future.

Naturally, we’ve changed our gallery layout to match the main website! I tried a different format on that one, because we’ve had the same type of structure on those for years, and, frankly, I was a little bored of it.

I hope you like our new look (or, in the very least, that you don’t hate it!). Don’t forget to follow @iheartewatson on twitter for updates.