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Neide   —   News

Emma was announced as one of the 16 celebrities to join forces for a tournament of pickleball to benefit Comic Relief US, and our gallery has been updated with promotional photos from the special event! The tournament, Pickled, is hosted by Stephen Colbert and will be airing on Thursday, November 17, on CBS.

Neide   —   Photoshoots Press

To celebrate her directorial debut with Prada’s new refillable perfume, Emma took part in a shoot for the Autumn/Winter issue of Wonderland magazine, where she graces us with not one but four covers! Our gallery has been updated with the covers and outtakes from the photo session.


Neide   —   Appearances

Rising from the ashes, we’re back (and so is Emma)! We apologize for the lack of updates lately, both our lives have been quite busy and we might have taken a bit advantage of the fact Emma has been on the down-low as well. However we’re back and will be working on keeping our gallery up to date, so be sure to check it out and follow us on Twitter to not miss out on any update (our Twitter also got suspended, so there’s that too).

Back to the regular schedule – Emma attended last night the EE British Academy Film Awards, wearing a beautiful halter dress with a plunging neckline. She took the stage to present the award for Best Outstanding British Film (Kenneth Branaugh’s Belfast won) but not before responding to Rebel Wilson’s introduction (“She’s proud to call herself a feminist, but we all know she’s a witch.”) by stating “I’m here for all of the witches.”

Additionally to photos from the award ceremony, we’ve also updated our gallery with parties that Emma attended before and after the EE British Academy Film Awards. Enjoy!



Neide   —   Appearances

Emma attended earlier this week The Earthshot Prize, in London. This event marks the first time Emma has been out in public – since the “Little Women” World Premiere back in 2019. More news awaits us as her Instagram has been taken over by an anonymous Feminist Collective for Cop26, and below you’ll also be able to find the transcript from the Instagram post on The Earthshot Prize!


Taking inspiration from President John F. Kennedy’s Moonshot, this new environmental prize aims to incentivize change and help repair the planet. The awards are centered around five ‘Earthshots’ – goals to improve life for generations to come. The winners of the Fix Our Climate award was the Enapter team behind the AEM Electrolyser, which turns renewable electricity into emission-free hydrogen gas, heats homes, and fuels essential industries. Enapter was co-founded by the formidable Vaitea Cowan, who experienced the impacts of climate change first-hand growing up on a Pacific Island. She believes green hydrogen can change the way we power our world. Her personal mission is protecting her family by providing clean energy independence to Polynesia and beyond. As Vaitea says, “The world needs many solutions to fight climate change. Our biggest enemy is time.”

Hopefully these awards will help take these solutions to scale – and fast. Thank you to ALL the innovators, activists, academics, and advocates for educating us. Whether that be through resisting corporate greenwashing and land grabbing, or inventing technologies to safeguard the survival of species across the world, (including our own) your work is unbelievably important.

Extra special love and appreciation to the kindest @harris_reed and team. We LOVE you! Your push for gender fluidity and acceptance is beautiful, vibrant, and vital. Your goal to make fashion less harmful is so inspiring. 🌎🌍🌏

Emma was dressed in an up-cycled wedding dress from the FOUND collection created in partnership with @oxfamgb Props to all the crew ensuring this was a carbon neutral production and broadcast, with a zero waste to landfill approach, including set design and staging. #EarthshotLondon2021🌍