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Gabby   —   Photoshoots Press

Emma is on the cover of the December issue of British Vogue! The beautiful photoshoot was shot by Alasdair McLellan, who’s worked with Emma many times before. This is a big contribution to the promotion of the movie “Little Women“, which stars Emma, Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh and Eliza Scanlen, and is currently set to premiere at Christmas. Our gallery has been updated with images from the issue!

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The age of influence, it’s said, is upon us. Whether on the front row or on the front benches – or simply leaning over our smartphones – we have more eyes on each other than at any time in history. As is also often said these days, it’s a lot.

Of course, in the fashion industry and across social media, the concept of an “influencer” has evolved in a few short years into one that we all fully understand. Many influencers are now stars in their own right, while millions more around the globe, armed with a new handbag and a winning filter, continue to strive for clicks and likes. It’s an important sea change, but I do sometimes wonder how many are doing anything truly useful with this modern superpower.

Emma Watson is one woman getting it right. Since she was cast as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter franchise 20 years ago (aged just nine), she has been one of the most recognisable faces on the planet. Famous in practically every corner of the world, she accumulated influence the old-fashioned way; coming of age in the digital era means she now finds herself with a cross-platform following of over 100 million engaged and devoted fans.

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Neide   —   Photoshoots

Emma has joined the Pirelli Calendar 2020 –  a project which purpose is to mark the passing of time with images taken by high acclaimed photographers, by capturing and interpreting contemporary culture. 2020’s a tribute to Juliet Capulet, from Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet. Emma will be playing one of the many Juliet’s (yes there is more than just one) and we bring you some official behind the scenes photos from the shoot!  You will also find below a behind the scenes video, and an article published by Vogue US on the project.

Summer’s in full swing, but Pirelli has just closed next year’s calendar, a tribute to the heroine of Romeo and Juliet. True to Shakespeare’s play, the photographer Paolo Roversi shot images in Verona, Italy, as well as in the city he calls home, Paris. But in keeping with the spirit of the times, for 2020 this production is all Juliets (yes, plural), shown variously in costume, in situ, and IRL.

In an exclusive interview, Roversi said the classic served as a springboard for a make-believe construct about a director in search of “his” Juliet. “There’s no Romeo here, there are only Juliets who show up for a casting call, respond to questions, and reveal their own version of the character before re-enacting a passage from the tragedy, in costume,” he explained. “What was very moving was to see actresses of this level audition like it was their first casting. There’s something so innocent, naïve, and sincere about it that really corresponds to Juliet.” In a neat piece of cinema verité, that is how a short feature film—a first for Pirelli, and a standalone work directed by Roversi in tandem with shooting the calendar—plays out.

In the end, Roveri cast not one but nine Juliets, a diverse gathering. American actors Yara Shahidi, Kristen Stewart, and Indya Moore keep company with singers—the Chinese artist Chris Lee and the Spanish artist Rosalia—as well as the British actresses Claire Foy, Mia Goth, and Emma Watson, and Roversi’s daughter, the Franco-Italian artist Stella Roversi. “I wanted a true casting, with women who would correspond to a kind of a journey featuring women of today from different countries and cultures,” he said. “Every one of them was marvelous. They all brought intensity and lots of emotion to a project that above all glorifies beauty and love.”

For Roversi, the calendar has wrapped but his search for Juliet will go on indefinitely. “I think every woman has her inner Juliet,” he said. “In the end, the story is about love, and Juliet is a dream.”

Gabby   —   Photoshoots Press
Emma covers Vogue Australia
(February 20, 2018)

Emma is the guest editor (and the cover) of the March issue of Vogue Australia! We had expected not to get any news like this for a loooong time, seeing as there haven’t been any movie announcements lately… what a lovely surprise! The issue features a brand new photoshoot by Peter Lindbergh, and it goes on sale on February 26. We have updated our gallery with the beautiful photos, and you can read an excerpt of the article below.

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After a year dominated by an alarming newsfeed, it seems we have hit a turning point in 2018. Silenced voices are becoming amplified and media outlets are shining a spotlight on the people and groups challenging for change. The pages to follow in this issue, Designing the Future, is a part of that change.

The word ‘change’ can be intimidating, riddled with expectation of outcomes and fear of failure. So I want to propose something to you: when steering a boat, a captain can shift the wheel one degree and it drastically changes the course of the boat. I would like to challenge you, after reading this issue, to make a one-degree shift, because a small change can make a huge difference.

Thank you, Vogue Australia, for allowing me this platform to share stories and movements I care about. Thank you, Peter Lindbergh, for your careful eye and such a joyous shoot. Thank you to all the collaborators for sharing your voice and your self. And lastly, thank you to anyone picking up this issue and reading it. You are the biggest piece to the puzzle of our global wellbeing. Join me in a one-degree shift!

Gabby   —   Gallery Photoshoots

Our latest (and likely final) old photoshoot additions are done! After months of trying to find/organize those files, they have been added to our photo gallery in all their glory. Our next planned updates will probably be related to Emma’s films, as we’ve noticed there are a few images and screen captures missing.

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Gabby   —   Photoshoots

We’re still at it! Our gallery has been updated with photoshoot images from 2010, 2011 and 2012. We didn’t have as many missing as on the previous years, but we still added 100+ pics. The pixie cut phase, guys! Do you remember the reactions when we got the first look of Emma at the Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows: Part 1 premiere and saw that haircut for the first time? Ah, the memories… It was lovely going back and looking at all those sessions again, and we hope you enjoy it too!

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Gabby   —   Gallery Photoshoots

And our massive gallery update continues! We have now added missing photos from various photo sessions of Emma in 2007, 2008 and 2009. We have also stumbled upon a conundrum, and we’d love to hear your take on this: We have several photoshoots for which Emma posed while dressed as Hermione Granger, that were used during the promotion of the Harry Potter films by different magazines. They are currently in the “Photoshoots & Portraits” category, and we’ve started to wonder if it wouldn’t make more sense to move them to their respective films instead. Here are some examples: 01, 02, 03. What’s your opinion? Do we move them? Do we leave them where they are? We can’t decide what makes more sense, so please let us know what you think!

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