Although Emma Watson isn't even at the quarter of a century mark in age, the actress, best known for her role as Hermione in the 'Harry Potter' franchise, has established herself as one of the most stylish stars of her generation. She takes red carpet risks, and she also has an edge with her details.
We've assembled a rundown of our favorite Emma Watson red carpet looks.
This charcoal tweed Chanel micro-mini is our favorite E. Watson red carpet look ever. It was short, chic, young, modern and appropriate all at at once.
Miss Watson is not afraid of an above-the-knee length for her frocks. She has great legs, so why not show 'em off, like she did in this colorful, edgy mini?
Emma was positively ethereal in this flowing Armani dress.
Emma's Oscar de la Renta gown from the 'Noah' premiere saw her classically covered up...
...with a sexy dip in the back. It showed just enough skin to make it sultry.
Watson's coppery, gold-ish and metallic Bottega Veneta gown was a bold statement, thanks to the color and the bodice.
Watson's crisp white J. Mendel mini stole the show. The shape and the styling were uber modern. It mimicked an off-the-shoulder silhouette.
Even in a simply colorblocked frock, Watson stunned. Our fave detail? Her square-toe platforms.
What a flirty little maroon flock.
This is our second fave Emma Watson look ever. The fluffy, frilly, Oscar de la Renta gown was extra girly and femme without being fussy, which it very well could have been. She wore that dress; it didn't wear her. But was that gray? We can't tell. Even so, BEAUTIFUL!
Her rose-hued dress was ruffly and pretty, pairing beautifully with her pixie cut. Watson was like a modern-day Edie Sedgwick here. Factory Girl!
Watson's white tank dress by Ralph Lauren was deceptive in its simplicity. The clingy material and halter neck elevated the simple sheath to high fashion territory.
Emma was bringing sexy back.
Emma has proven than she can own it in couture and girly attire, but she went punk rock in red tartan topped with a leather jacket. This is another of our faves. She was so edgy and chic, and proving that fashion should always be fun. Who knew she had this in her? Love, love and love.
Hot in hot pink.
Her gorgeous, gunmetally Vera Wang gown from the 2014 Oscars was one to remember.
Only someone as chic as E. Wats could get away with this. It's extremely fashion forward and edgy, and she pulled it off without so much as a raised eyebrow. The volume and the football pad-like top would falter miserable on anyone else but Watson.