Emma Watson has debuted a very chic new look.
The actress stepped out at the premiere of documentary The True Cost last night with a tousled chin-length ‘do – and looked ah-mazing.
At first we weren’t sure whether Em had actually gone for the chop or if she was just rocking a clever faux bob, but her publicist Luke Windsor soon took to Twitter to set things straight.
He captioned a stunning photo of the 25-year-old: ‘Amazing woman. Amazing new hair.’
Of course, this isn’t the first time that Emma has done something wild with her hair.
After filming ended on the Harry Potter series back in 2010, she swapped her lengths for a super-cute pixie crop.
She recently revealed that she’d actually hated her character Hermione Granger’s bushy locks, telling Vogue Italia: ‘When I see images again from the first Harry Potter I immeditely think how bad my hair was.
‘It is always surprising for me, to see how long this period of time is, where I have come from and where I started. It is pleasant to follow that journey.’
But back to yesterday’s shock reveal. After taking a look through Emma’s Twitter feed, it seems as though she may have actually had a bob for a week without anyone noticing. *Gasp*.
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A picture she’d re-Tweeted from last Wednesday appears to show her post-snip.
However, it’s probably just as well that her new style caused such a stir last night. The True Cost – which explores the social and environmental impact of fashion – is an important film for Emma.
Its creation led her to take up the Green Carpet Challenge® for the promotional tour of her flick Regression, meaning she only wore outfits created by designers who use no fur or chemicals that could harm the environment.
At the time, she captioned a Twitter photo of The True Cost‘s poster: ”Find out why I designed a @PeopleTree collection, travelled to Bangladesh, collaborated with @AlbertaFerretti and did the @GCC_ECOAGE challenge @truecostmovie.’
Emma presented the screening alongside director/writer Andrew Morgan and executive producers Lucy Siegle and Livia Firth.
Other guests included Livia’s husband Colin and actor Patrick Dempsey.