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'Harry Potter' Star Emma Watson Debuts Green Fashion Line

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Emma Watson is really becoming one of our eco-faves. She’s one of the more recent additions to the string of celebs who are launching eco-friendly clothing lines, and now her latest campaign photo for People Tree has been released (pictured)!

For the Harry Potter starlet, this latest collection— which is made entirely from organic and fair-trade materials— will be her third and final collaboration with eco-friendly fashion line People Tree.

Stemming from the idea that being green is sexy (and we couldn’t agree more!), her Spring 2011 designs will include polka dot skirts, a polka dot tea dress, striped shirts, jersey harem pants, blazers, and gorgeous draped dresses. The collection will officially go on sale February 28, but select looks are also available now at the People Tree website.

The looks are also fairly affordable, this is a UK brand, but they do ship to the U.S. And while a men’s crew-neck organic cotton shirt goes for £25.00, for women an adorable navy striped boat neck is just £28.00. And if you’re in the mood to splurge, check out the navy and gold trimmed cardigan for £130.00, or the truly sweet silk checkered dress for £95.00.

Via StyleBistro

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