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Emma Watson Shows Off Eco-Friendly Tree People Collection

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Besides those gross Burberry ads, we’re pretty much in line with Emma Watson’s fashion sense: simple, comfortable and environmentally awesome!

Earlier last year, Ecorazzi reported that Watson had teamed up with Tree People to create her own line of eco fashion. Well, the designs are out and Emma is proudly showing them off to the world!

The goal of the line was to create a range for teenagers that appealed to their consciences as well as their sense of cool. Emma spoke with DailyMail.co.uk and had this to say:

“I’m doing this range because I really care about fair-trade and ethical fashion…It sounds like a cliché, but we are the future. The earth is ours and will be our children’s, and I think that more than any other generation we are aware of environmental and humanitarian issues. That’s why it’s so great that People Tree is doing something aimed at people of my age – because we do care and we will buy with a conscience. I hope that more companies will follow People Tree’s example.”

We do too, Em! The line will be available for order on February 8, 20010. To learn more, visit PeopleTree.co.uk.

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photo credit: DailyMail.co.uk

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