A few months ago, I wrote about the clothes that Emma Watson designed for People Tree's Summer Collection, and I think the general agreement was that it was pretty awesome.
The gorgeous Emma Watson has teamed up with People Tree again to model some of her favourites from the Autumn collection, and once again, the clothes are fantastic!
It's not secret that I love my ethical fashion, so it's only natural that I love People Tree with all my heart. People Tree do great work around the world and make shopping rewarding. They're also going to be showcasing Emma's Spring/Summer Collection at the Prince Charles's 'Garden Party to Make A Difference' later on this month.
Anyway, the new collection is amazing. There are a few pieces which I really do need (if they were relatively cheaper!) Emma Watson didn't have anything to do with the designing of this collection, but she's modelling her favourite pieces and helped choose the fabrics that went into creating the adorable skirts and dresses.
Also, to tie in with all this, Emma Watson actually went to Bangladesh to see how People Tree's work has been affecting people there. I love how Emma's become an advocate of free trade clothing and think it's brilliant that she went and saw exactly what happens. You can check out her interview and a video of her in Bangladesh here.
What do you think of the collection? Any favourites? I personally LOVE the pinafore dress and large cream cardi. If only the collection wasn't so expensive!!
All pictures from the Grazia.
P.S. After re-reading this post, I realise it looks like People Tree are paying me to write this. They're not (they probably don't even know I exist, lol). I'm writing this because I really love the work that People Tree does and think the new collection is really good, as well as finding Emma Watson really inspiring.