Thursday, January 9, 2020

Emma Watson's interview for Vogue Australia's 60th anniversary + her spread in the January 2020 issue



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There are several cuts of Emma's interview throughout the video. You can also see clips of her trip in Bangladesh with People Tree in 2010 and from her photoshoot in 2018 with Vogue Australia. None of those is new but it's still nice to see it again.




She also has her Vogue UK spread in the Australian edition. I don't have better than those small sizes for now.




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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's great that Emma got Vogue's support to make a sustainable cover, with sustainable clothing and products. We must think about how our decisions affect the planet earth and it is great that someone like Emma is so aware. She's great.

Anonymous said...

Incredible report, Emma's contributions, fantastic, it is great to see that someone famous is interested in sustainable clothing and vintage clothing. Besides, she is very pretty, I don't like the combination of the red jersey and the pink suit, but she is elegant and beautiful

Anonymous said...

That is such a long video, hoping it'll come back on youtube with just her bits put together, interesting though Vogue is the ultimate in fashion its great to see the impact and changes here xx

Jonathan Andrew Sheen said...

Eden I truly appreciate all your hard work, so I hate to complain, but...

Your scans of the pages are too small for an old person like me to comfortably read. Zooming in doesn't help, the resolution means the letters are just blurry lumps.

Any possibility you can re-upload larger scans so the interview is more easily legible?

Whether you can or can't, I thank you most sincerely for your hard work on this blog. It's an essential resource.

Anonymous said...

"It's great that Emma got Vogue's support to make a sustainable cover, with sustainable clothing and products. We must think about how our decisions affect the planet earth and it is great that someone like Emma is so aware. She's great."


Well she has plenty of time, white privilege and wealth to do so. 2020 is pretty......empty for her.

:/

Anonymous said...

"Well she has plenty of time white privileged and wealth to do so so it's pretty empty for her"

Wow so a person in a position of privilege and wealth which allows her the ability to have people listen to her, and therefore change things is "empty" right

Here's a 2020 resolution for you anon: stop hiding behind your BS "I'm better than you" and use your time to actually do something meaningful in your life instead of being a hateful troll

Anonymous said...

If Vogue wants to do something for nature, it should stop the photo sessions. Actually, I think all photo sessions should be banned. Each exotic photo shoot for the magazine contains about 150 people tons of equipment that is transported by airplanes (about 20 flights), 40 cars ready, 60 international deliveries. Lights on for at least 10 hours without interruption, partly powered by gasoline powered generators, food waste from catering services, plastic for wrapping clothes, electricity for charging phones and cameras. It simply costs to much.

Anonymous said...

"her the ability to have people listen to her"

only soon to be locked up stans lolz