Emma Watson Eco-Friendly in Emilia Wickstead and Manolo Blahnik ‘Chaos’ Sandals

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We’ve come to expect big ball gowns at the press tours of princess movies, and Emma Watson did not disappoint at the “Beauty and the Beast” London premiere last night.

The 26-year-old actress made her grand entrance on the grass carpet in a custom Emilia Wickstead gown. She swished the faux snow sprinkles around with the long, dramatic cape attached to her back. On her feet were Manolo Blahnik “Chaos” sandals in metallic silver that complemented the ice-blue color of her dress.

Emma Watson in an Emilia Wickstead gown and Manolo Blanik 'Chaos' sandals

Emma Watson wearing her hair in milkmaid braids

Emma Watson in an Emilia Wickstead gown and Manolo Blanik 'Chaos' sandals

Emma Watson in an Emilia Wickstead gown and Manolo Blanik 'Chaos' sandalsEmma Watson at the “Beauty and the Beast” London premiere held at the Spencer House in London, England, on February 23, 2017

Though Emma’s ensemble is not as princess-y as, say, Lily James’ at the “Cinderella” world premiere or Elle Fanning’s at the “Maleficent” London reception, what’s remarkable about her gown is that it is constructed out of unwanted fabric pieces. Instead of being just thrown out, the fabric was salvaged and given new life in the form of Emma Watson’s Emilia Wickstead gown. Emma has vowed to wear and promote only eco-friendly, sustainable, and ethical fashion throughout the “Beauty and the Beast” press tour, and, for that, we admire her.

Here are more views of Emma’s shoes.

Emma Watson in an Emilia Wickstead gown and Manolo Blanik 'Chaos' sandals

Emma Watson in an Emilia Wickstead gown and Manolo Blanik 'Chaos' sandalsCloseups of Emma Watson’s Manolo Blahnik “Chaos” ankle-strap sandals in dark silver,

The exact dark silver color of Emma Watson’s Manolo Blahnik “Chaos” sandals are unavailable, but you can shop the black patent, beige patent, black leather and beige leather colors at Bergdorf GoodmanNordstrom and Saks Fifth Avenue.

Manolo Blahnik 'Chaos' sandals in black patentManolo Blahnik “Chaos” Ankle-Strap Sandals, $725 at Saks Fifth Avenue, Bergdorf Goodman and Nordstrom

Credit: Lia Toby/Mario Mitsis/WENN

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