Actress and activist Emma Watson takes the cover of British Vogue Magazine‘s December 2019 edition captured by fashion photographer Alasdair McLellan. In charge of styling was Poppy Kain, who for the cover selected look from Alexander McQueen, and Chopard earrings. Beauty is work of hair stylist Anthony Turner, makeup artist Lynsey Alexander, and manicurist Lorraine Griffin. Set design by Andy Hillman.
“She has become a genuine thought leader for many young people today, championing issues such as sustainability in fashion, reproductive rights and intersectional feminism. Memorably, Nobel Peace Prize recipient Malala Yousafzai once told Emma that hearing her speak at the UN in 2014 made her finally feel comfortable enough to self-identify as a feminist. As writer and fellow activist Paris Lees discovers in the December issue, Emma is devoted to amplifying voices – and she is refreshingly candid, reflecting as never before on the realities of her life as she approaches her 30th birthday in 2020. I am delighted to be able to celebrate her in Vogue.” – Edward Enninful
Photography © Alasdair McLellan for British Vogue – www.vogue.co.uk