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2017: The Circle
The Circle is a 2017 American techno-thriller film directed by James Ponsoldt and written by Ponsoldt and Dave Eggers, based on Eggers’ 2013 novel of the same name. The film stars Emma Watson, Tom Hanks, John Boyega, Karen Gillan, Ellar Coltrane, Patton Oswalt, Glenne Headly and Bill Paxton. The film was the final of Paxton’s career, released just after his February 2017 death, and is also Headly’s penultimate performance too, prior to her death in June 2017. In the film, Emma plays Mae Holland– The newest young member of The Circle.

Emma began promoting The Circle on April 24, her first appearance taking place in San Francisco where she attended a Twitter Q&A with the cast. She then attended Tribeca Film Festival for the film’s premiere, and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The promotion for this movie was very short, however it didn’t stop Emma from stunning us with her Press Tour looks. The promotion of The Circle ended on June 22, after Emma promoted the film in Paris, France.


United States of America

April 27, 2017 — A lovely time in beautiful San Francisco, visiting Twitter HQ with Tom Hanks, James Ponsoldt and Patton Oswalt, to talk about The Circle. The film is released in the US on Friday! Top, coat and trousers made in Italy by Gabriela Hearst who is an independent designer with ethical values at the heart of the brand. Earrings and rings by All Blues, who are based in Stockholm and handcraft every piece in their local, third-generation foundry. Fair-trade gold ear cuff by ANA KHOURI. Shoes by Manolo Blahnik #30wear. Fashion info verified by Eco-Age. #ecoloves

VIDEO > Twitter HQ: The cast of “The Circle”

May 8, 2017 — Fun night at the world premiere of The Circle at the Tribeca film festival!  The white Burberry off-the-shoulder gown is crafted from 100% organic silk. It’s created using traditional techniques in an Italian workshop where female artisans, some of whom started as apprentices, represent 80% of the workforce.  Fairtrade gold ear cuff by ANA KHOURI and recycled gold choker by Catbird. Earrings are also made from recycled gold, by Monique Péan. In an effort to limit the ecological damage and human toll caused by gold mining, Monique Péan uses only 18-carat recycled gold in its fine jewellery pieces.  The “crisp packet” clutch bag is made in Italy by Anya Hindmarch. This bag was created with 3D scans of the perfect crisp packet (British Walkers crisps, salt and vinegar flavour!), using over 100 cameras mounted on tripods. The scanned model was then cast and worked by a second generation minaudière maker in Florence.  Shoes from Manolo Blahnik. #30wears Fashion info validated by Eco-Age. #ecoloves

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VIDEO > “The Circle” Tribeca Film Festival Premiere Interview
VIDEO“The Circle” Tribeca Film Festival Premiere Film Introduction

May 8, 2017 — Always lovely stopping by the Jimmy Ki… Jimmy Fallon show! The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 😉🗽 Outfit is by Oscar de la Renta. The top is created from certified silk (which ensures no harmful substances have been used), paired with classic #30wears black trousers. Both pieces were handmade in NY.
Fair trade gold ear cuff by ANA KHOURI, rings handmade in Stockholm by All Blues, recycled gold star earring made in LA by Sehti Na and available at Catbird. Stud earrings by Pippa Small Jewellery. Social anthropologist and jeweller Pippa Small works directly with miners, craftspeople and gem traders. Shoes are Manolo Blahnik #30wears Fashion info verified by Eco-Age. #ecoloves

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VIDEOThe Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Clip

France

June 22, 2017 — Wonderful day in beautiful Paris hiding books for Our Shared Self and The Book Fairies and attending the French premiere of The Circle 🇫🇷 📚 ⭕ White satin gown by Miu Miu, tailored and hand-embroidered in Italy. The fabric is from the long established Italian mill Tessitura Attilio Imperiali, and the dyeing, printing and finishing processes were all carried out by trusted local suppliers. Shoes made in Italy by Santoni, whose HQ is powered by 4,000 solar panels. Santoni also runs a school where young people can learn the craft of shoemaking. Earrings and rings made in California by AZLEE. Seeing the effects of humans on the oceans, each season the designer supports a different ocean-related cause, donating a portion of the profits from her jewellery collection. All fashion info verified by Eco-Age.

Skin is the organic concealer/foundation ‘Un’ Cover-Up in colour 22 by rms beauty with the jane iredale Active Light Concealer used under the eyes. Bronzer is VITA LIBERATA Trystal Self Tanning Bronzing Minerals.
Eyes include the Antonym Cosmetics Certified Natural Eyeliner Pencil in Brown and brows are Jane Iredale Pure Brow Gel. Lips are lined with Jane Iredale Lip Pencil in Spice before Herbivore Botanicals Coco Rose Lip Tint in Coral, which is suitable for vegans, was used to tint the lips and cheeks. All brands are cruelty-free. Formulated using both natural, mineral and organic ingredients. All beauty info verified by Content Beauty.

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VIDEO > “The Circle” Paris Premiere Presentation

June 22, 2017 — Paris photocall for the The Circle, which is out in France on 12th July 🇫🇷⭕ Dress by Louis Vuitton, embroidered by hand in Atelier Vermont in Paris. The silk lace was handmade in Caudry, a small French town that specialises in lace production, in an atelier that is certified by ‘Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant’, which is a recognition to reward French companies for the excellence of their traditional skills, and aims to preserve traditional savoir-faire that is in danger of disappearing. The lace is made from Oeko-Tex 100 certified materials, which means that they don’t contain toxic substances. Shoes made in Italy by Santoni, whose HQ is powered by 4,000 solar panels. Santoni also runs a school where young people can learn the craft of shoemaking.
Fernando Jorge uses small workshops in central São Paulo to manufacture all his pieces. His motivation is to stimulate the local craftsmanship and emphasise the quality of “Made in Brazil”. Bag made in a family-owned factory in Alicante, Spain by M2MALLETIER. The factory was opened in 1981 by shoe designer Jaime Romero and his wife, together with 3 of his sons. Today, 25 artisans from the local town of Sax work in the factory, and have all been working there for at least 15 years. Everything is handcrafted using skills and traditions which have been passed from generation to generation. All fashion info verified by Eco-Age.

For skin, the organic concealer/foundation ‘Un’ Cover-Up in colour 22 by rms beauty was used with the jane iredale Active Light Concealer under the eyes. Silicone-free Bronzer by VITA LIBERATA Trystal Self Tanning Bronzing Minerals. For eyes, the Ecocert certified Antonym Cosmetics Natural Eyeliner Pencil in Brown and Organic Nosiette Eyeshadow were used. For brows, Jane Iredale Pure Brow Gel was used and Herbivore Botanicals Coco Rose Tint in Coral, which is suitable for vegans, was used to tint the cheeks. Lips are lined with Jane Iredale Lip Pencil in Crimson before ILIA Arabian Knights was added. All brands are cruelty-free and formulated using both natural, mineral and organic ingredients. Beauty info verified by Content Beauty.

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June 23, 2017 — Le Bristol makes its own honey on the roof! 🇫🇷 🐝 ❤  The EDUN trousers are created by artisans in Burkina Faso, featuring a zipper made from recycled brass. EDUN is building long-term, sustainable growth opportunities by supporting manufacturers, community-based initiatives and partnering with African artists and artisans. Top is BreeLayne and made in downtown LA by local artisans from mesh and lined in silk. Both materials were leftovers discarded by other designers, and were bought to recycle and repurpose in new garments. For every item sold, a tree is planted. Bag made in a family-owned factory in Alicante, Spain by M2MALLETIER. The factory was opened in 1981 by shoe designer Jaime Romero and his wife. Today, 25 artisans from the local town of Sax work in the factory and have been working there for at least 15 years. Everything is handcrafted using skills and traditions which have been passed down generations. Shoes Creatures of Comfort, crafted in a small factory just outside of Florence. Creatures of Comfort recently participated in #womentogether and #whyimarch campaigns donating a portion of its proceeds to Planned Parenthood and the ACLU and SPL Center. The brand is also participating in a campaign headed by Women for Women International that supports women in war zones. SHIFFON jewellery made in New York City. Half the profit from Shiffon’s pinky ring collection and 10% of profits from all other Shiffon products directly fund seed grants for female entrepreneurs and companies that promote the well-being of women. Through partnering with One Young World, Shiffon has been able to reach a growing group of young innovators across the globe. All fashion info verified by Eco-Age. All beauty brands are cruelty-free and formulated using both natural, mineral and organic ingredients. Beauty info verified by Content Beauty.

June 24, 2017 — Thank you for having me Paris and The Circle! 🇫🇷⭕ Dress by Rosie Assoulin, made in New York. The brand is working to get its Made in NY certificate, as the majority of its collections are produced locally. Rosie Assoulin works with artisans throughout the five boroughs of New York City, supporting the local economy. ANNDRA NEEN bag handcrafted by artisans in their Mexico City workshop. Shoes Creatures of Comfort, crafted in a small factory just outside of Florence. Fairmined gold earrings by ANA KHOURI. Ana is a member of the Fair Trade Alliance for Responsible Mining. Rings by MAIYET. The brand embraces the next generation of master artisans and sources some of the rarest skills and traditions from countries such as India, Indonesia, Thailand, Italy, Peru, Bolivia, Zambia, Ghana and Mongolia. SHIFFON jewellery made in New York City. Half the profit from Shiffon’s pinky ring collection and 10% of profits from all other Shiffon products directly fund seed grants for female entrepreneurs and companies that promote the well-being of women. Through partnering with One Young World, Shiffon has been able to reach a growing group of young innovators across the globe. All fashion info verified by Eco-Age.

For skin, the organic concealer/foundation ‘Un’ Cover-Up in colour 22 by rms beauty was used along with the jane iredale Active Light Concealer under the eyes. Silicone-free Bronzer is VITA LIBERATA Trystal Self Tanning Bronzing Minerals. For eyes the Ecocert-certified Antonym Cosmetics Natural Eyeliner Pencil in Brown and Organic Nosiette Eyeshadow were used. For brows, Jane Iredale Pure Brow Gel was used and Herbivore Botanicals Coco Rose Tint in Coral, which is suitable for vegans, was used to tint the cheeks. All brands are cruelty-free and formulated using both natural, mineral and organic ingredients.

VIDEO > “The Circle” Interview #01
VIDEO“The Circle” Interview #02
VIDEO“The Circle” Interview #03
VIDEO > Emma Watson plays “Would You Rather”

Spotlight on… Phone Calls with Chastain!

While the promotion of The Circle was quite short, meaning we didn’t got as many photoshoots as we got during Beauty and The Beast promotion, we were still rewarded with a very beautiful photoshoot of Emma for Interview Magazine. She covers the May issue of the publication, and to top it all– She is interviewed by Jessica Chastain! Of course, two inspiring and talented women speaking over the phone (Emma was in Paris when the interview happened) equals to a very interesting and a must-read interview. We couldn’t help but highlight this interview, and after this we sure hope these ladies get to share the screen one day!

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CHASTAIN: I wonder if I have freedom in a way that maybe you might not. Because people grew up watching you become a woman, are you held to certain standards of having to be the same as you always were?

WATSON: I think I am. It’s one of the things that I struggle with, because the three of us—Dan[iel Radcliffe], Rupert [Grint], and I—were kids when we got cast in this fairy-tale series, and what happened to us was kind of a fantasy story in itself. Outside of the movies. So the story of my life has been of public interest, which is why I’ve been so passionate about having a private identity. When I step into a character, people have to be able to suspend their disbelief; they have to be able to divorce me from that girl. And not having everyone know every single intimate detail of my entire life is part of me trying to protect my ability to do my job well. Generally, I’ve been fortunate, like when Sofia Coppola offered me a role in The Bling Ring, which was so wonderfully different. Artists have given me a lot of freedom—have been able to imagine me in other ways—but it’s something I am aware of, for sure.

CHASTAIN: The speech you made at the U.N. for the HeForShe gender equality campaign, how did that come about?

WATSON: I’ve been working with an organization called CAMFED, run by this amazing woman named Ann Cotton, which provides scholarships and money for families that traditionally would only send their sons to school. So Ann would find these girls, who were being taken out of school at 9, 10, 11, 12 years old, and try to help support them—not just through their secondary education, but with small business loans, all sorts of other things. I had been approached by a lot of charitable organizations, but I wanted to understand something from the inside out, not just dive straight in to being the public face of something, and I wanted to work with a small organization. So I took a trip to Zambia with a few friends, and we stayed in the school. I sat at the back of classes, and I spoke to the mothers of the daughters who were in the program and in the community, and I tried to understand the challenges. And then U.N. Women asked if I would be a Goodwill Ambassador for women and girls. I talk about it in the speech, but I remember watching Hillary Clinton’s genius speech on women’s rights, saying they were human rights, and they showed the audience, and there were almost exclusively women there. Why do we think that this conversation isn’t something that all human beings need to hear? And they said, “We’d like you to make a speech.” I thought, “Oh, god.” I must have spent six months writing it, from journal entries that I’d been keeping since I was 12 or 13.

CHASTAIN: When choosing your roles, do you look at the part with a team? Or is it more instinctual?

WATSON: People sometimes talk about me as being a brand, having a strategy and whatever else. I wish. Seriously. I wish I had it together enough to have a strategy. But it’s so instinctual. It usually comes down to two things: the person I’m working with—the director is really important to me—and a line in a script. There’s usually one line that I read and I’m like, “Okay. I have to say this line. I have to tell this story.” It’s an instant click. And if there isn’t that line, even if the story is great, I’m always a bit meh. Whenever I’ve gone against my instincts, it’s been a bit of a disaster. If there’s a script I’m considering, I will get everyone to read it. I will get my mom to read it, I will get my friends to read it, I’ll get the person doing my manicure to read it. [laughs] I’m someone who really needs to talk things through. And then, obviously, I have a wonderful manager and agents, and I listen very carefully to what they have to say as well. But it’s a bit of a free-for-all. I would honestly get my cat’s opinion if I could. Anyway, if it’s something I need to say, I say it. If it’s something I feel genuinely connected to, then I’ll do it. But I generally feel uncomfortable being the topic of conversation and try to steer away from that.

READ THE FULL INTERVIEW