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Bien loin de la saga Harry Potter qui l’a révélé au grand public, Emma Watson est aujourd’hui l’une des actrices les plus influentes d’Hollywood. Récompensée du premier prix non genré de l’histoire du Cinéma aux MTV Movie and TV Awards pour son rôle de Belle dans La Belle et la Bête de Bill Condon, l’actrice cumule les réussites. 


À tout juste 27 ans, elle est également à la tête de sa propre association “HeForShe” qui se bat pour l’égalité entre les hommes et les femmes. Mais les droits des femmes n’est pas son unique combat car la star britannique tente également de montrer le bon exemple à ses 36 millions de followers Instagram avec sa garde-robe éco responsable. 

Anticonformiste sur les tapis rouge, Emma Watson aime troquer les robes de soirée pour des pantalons chics. On aime tout particulièrement l’association audacieuse d’un bustier fleuri et d’un pantalon cigarette lors de la première de La Belle et la Bête à New-York le 13 mars. L’actrice maîtrise aussi l’art de la jupe longue à l’image de sa tenue signée Ralph Lauren portée lors un dîner organisé par le Duc de Cambridge à Windsor en 2014. 

Connue pour être impeccablement vêtue en toutes circonstances, Emma Watson nous inspire au quotidien. Petite récapitulatif en photos des plus belles tenues de l’actrice !

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Les meilleurs films, acteurs et séries télévisées étaient récompensées hier, dimanche 7 mai, à la cérémonie des MTV TV & Movie Awards. C’est à  Los Angeles, où les célébrités ont bravé une pluie battante, que s’est déroulée cette 26ème édition.


Les séries Télévisées étaient á l’honneur avec Stranger Things,  récompensée par le prix de la Série de l’Année, présenté par le cast au complet de 13 Reasons Why. Nouveauté de cette édition 2017, la récompense de “Meilleure Actrice” n’existe plus, remplacée par “Meilleur Acteur” qui inclut aussi bien les hommes que les femmes. Ainsi Millie Bobby Brown qui incarne Eleven dans le show Stranger Things a reçu le prix de Meilleur Acteur dans une Série.

Au même titre, le prix de Meilleur Acteur dans un Film est distingué à Emma Watson dans le rôle de Belle dans La Belle et la Bête  de Bill Condon. L’actrice a salué dans son discours l’initiative courageuse des organisateurs de la cérémonie d’encourager la parité hommes/femmes et de reconnaître une plus large diversité sexuelle à travers des récompenses non genrées.

Moonlight  qui avait raflé l’Oscar du Meilleur Film en février dernier revient sur le devant de la scène avec le prix du Meilleur Baiser décerné à Ashton Sanders et Jharrel Jerome qui incarnent respectivement dans le film Chiron et Kevin, deux adolescents qui découvrent leur homosexualité. 

Pour le palmarès complet de la soirée, c’est ici!

Le film de l’Année: La Belle et la Bête de Bill Condon

La Série de l’Année: Stranger Things

Meilleur Acteur dans un Film: Emma Watson dans La Belle et la Bête

Meilleur Acteur dans une Série: Millie Bobby Brown dans Stranger Things

Meilleur Acteur dans une Comédie: Lil Rel Howerdy dans Get Out

Meilleur Animateur Télé: Trevor Noah dans The Daily Show

Meilleur Espoir: Daniel Kaluuya dans Get Out 

Meilleur Duo: Hugh Jackman et Dafne Keen dans Logan

Meilleur Héros: Taraji P. Henson dans Les Figures de L’ombre

Meilleur Méchant: Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Negan) dans The Walking Dead

Meilleur Scénario: La série Black-ish

Meilleur Documentaire: 13th 

Meilleure Œuvre Engagée: Les Figures de L’ombre

Meilleur Concours TV: Ru Paul’s Drag Race

Meilleur Baiser: Ashton Sanders et Jharrel Jerome dans  Moonlight 

Le Moment le plus émouvant: Jack et Randall au cours de karaté dans This Is Us

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Charlotte Bailly
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Okay donc, on imagine bien toutes les stars briller (enfin plus ou moins) sur le tapis rouge du Met Gala.


Mais le Met Gala, c’est quoi exactement ?

C’est un gala annuel organisé à New York, au Metropolitan Museum of Art, afin de lever des fonds pour financer le département Mode du musée (qui est le seul à devoir s’auto-financer).

Considérée comme l’équivalent de la soirée des Oscars de la côte Est des États-Unis, elle réunit toutes les plus grandes stars de l’industrie de la mode mais aussi de la musique et du cinéma.

Pour y assister, vous devez tout d’abord y être invité et surtout, débourser la modique somme de 26 000€ par ticket ( 238 000€ pour une table). 

La soirée étant entièrement sponsorisée, la totalité des fonds est reversée au musée. 

Le tapis rouge est une véritable vitrine pour les marques qui n’hésitent pas à réserver des tables entières pour y inviter à leurs frais des célébrités.. à condition que celles-ci portent des tenues griffées par la marque.

Mais celle qui a le dernier mot sur le droit de présence, c’est Anna Wintour, qui va vérifier la liste des invités au peigne fin et donner son aval.

Suite à leur passage sur le tapis rouge, les invités découvrent l’exposition du Met (dont le thème a inspiré les tenues), suivi d’un cocktail et repas. Mais le tout est gardé Top Secret puisque les réseaux sociaux sont formellement interdits une fois le tapis rouge passé, afin que les célébrités puissent se détendre et profiter de la soirée. 

Faites défiler la galerie pour découvrir les plus belles tenues du Met Gala 2016 et restez connecté pour découvrir le Gala 2017 qui se déroule le 1er mai !

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Charlotte Bailly
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En plus de leurs activités respectives (cinéma, chanson, mannequinat) les stars deviennent également icône de mode. Alors, quand on sèche côté look, on s’inspire du street style de nos fashionistas préférées. 


Et cette semaine on leur pique leurs tops à rayures. Facile à porter et So Frenchy, ils sont indémodables. 

Voici comment porter les rayures comme une star:

> En chemise comme Emma Watson, parfait pour le bureau ! Classique mais avec plus de personnalité qu’une chemise unie.

> En baseball Tee comme Taylor Swift, avec une jupe de patineuse pour féminiser le look.

> En marinière comme Marion Cotillard, avec un skinny noir et un manteau léopard pour un côté rock et chic.

> En crop top comme Gigi Hadid, pour montrer son ventre plat et rendre jalouse toutes les copines.

> En t-shirt comme Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, avec une veste militaire et un fedora pour un look décontracté mais tendance.

Alors, qui est votre style icône ? Découvrez notre sélection inspirée des it-girls ci-dessous !

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Amélie Doumerc
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The perfect perfecto #perfecto #black #emmawatson

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Charlotte Bailly
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Il est parfois difficile de trouver son style et de l’inspiration pour sa tenue de fêtes. On veut à la fois une tenue qui ne passera pas inaperçue, sans pour autant avoir l’air d’en faire des tonnes. 


Pour nous aider un peu dans notre choix cette année, on a décidé de se tourner vers les célébrités et leurs looks toujours impeccables sur le tapis rouge. Et pour un style glamour, chic et élégant, il nous a parut évident que la star à suivre était la jolie Emma Watson.

La jeune femme de 25 ans arbore un look au top des tendances avec une pointe d’originalité et toujours très classe. Elle affectionne aussi bien les maisons Haute Couture que les nouveaux créateurs.

En robe ou pantalon, elle adopte toujours une féminité élégante, jamais vulgaire. Elle choisit souvent des tenues monochromes aux structures originales, tout en subtilité. Elle est donc l’inspiration idéale pour un look de fêtes sophistiqué.

Si vous êtes plutôt robe, Emma Watson joue beaucoup sur les effets de matières: plumes, dentelle, cuir, mousseline et tulle, elle innove sur les textures et superpositions, et pour la longueur c’est tout ou rien: jusqu’aux pieds pour un look de sirène ou robe de patineuse pour montrer ses jolies gambettes.

Et pour celles qui se sentent plus à l’aise en pantalon ou veulent changer de la traditionnelle robe de princesse, on copie le look signature d’Emma: un pantalon taille haute qu’on porte avec une blouse ample ou un bustier façon crop top. Une veste cintrée par dessus et le tour est joué. 

Si Emma aime particulièrement le noir, elle ne s’impose aucune limite de couleur, du moment qu’elle est portée de façon monochrome: rose, bleu nuit, jaune moutarde ou cuivré c’est suivant vos envies !

Et pour le maquillage: un rouge à lèvre matte et foncé. Un smoky pour les yeux, pas plus. 

Vous voilà élégante et magique pour les fêtes: grâce à Emma qui mérite bien son rôle de Belle dans la nouvelle version cinématographique de La Belle et La Bête…

>> Adopterez-vous le look d’Emma pour les fêtes ?

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Thank you Entertainment Weekly for lighting up our morning with the arrival of movie stills from Disney's live action Beauty and the Beast movie!

Re-watch the teaser trailer for the movie and scroll through our gallery above to see each and every one of the newly released photos featuring Emma Watson as Belle, Dan Stevens as Beast (AKA Prince Adam), Luke Evans as Gaston, and Josh Gad as Le Fou!

Set to hit cinemas on March 17th next year, this live action remake of one of Disney's most treasured family films comes after the live action rendition of Disney's Cinderella starring Lily James in 2015.

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Rod Liddle wrote an article for The Sun this week criticising Emma Watson's position as a United Nations ambassador. It was sexist, condescending, belittling and just absolute codswallop. 


Liddle stated that "instead of telling them all the rules of quidditch or how to turn someone into a frog, she bored them all rigid with whining, leftie, PC crap". Continuing to say "Just like all actresses do if people are stupid enough to give them the chance. Why do we indulge these luvvie slebs, most of whom know nowt?". So, basically, he's saying that an actress isn't allowed to also have educated and political opinions, or a voice as an advocate? That the characters she plays on film are what Emma Watson should be limited to. Let's just reevaluate this, shall we?

Emma Watson is a Brown University graduate, has been involved in the promotion of girls' education for several years and has visited Bangladesh and Zambia as part of her humanitarian work. She has been an ambassador for Camped International, and has also been a UN Women Goodwill ambassador for more than two years. Does this sound like a woman who "knows nowt"?. 

Note, Liddle uses the word "actresses" rather than "actors", inferring that he deems male actors worthy to speak on political issues, but not female. He also states that "I suppose they got Emma in because Angelina Jolie is a bit tied up with other stuff at the moment". This is ridiculously sexist and derogatory, it firsts infers that Emma Watson is a second choice but also that Angelina Jolie is not capable of fulfilling her advocacy work because of familial problems. Can you imagine him speaking about a man in such a way? No, you can't. Because he wouldn't. 

It would be giving The Sun too much credit to be shocked that they'd print such an article, because let's be honest, this is exactly the kind of opinion The Sun and its readers promote. A Sun spokesperson commented "Rod Liddle was echoing a great many people in sharing his exasperation at celebrities that feel they can lecture us mere mortals". It seems that The Sun is also of the assumption that celebrities cannot be both successful entertainers and intelligent. 

Personally, I believe it is brilliant when celebrities use their position to speak on important issues, especially for women because our voices are so often marginalised. Maybe, because Liddle is an upperclass, white, male he hasn't ever had a problem with having his voice and opinion heard, and therefore doesn't understand why women need an ambassador in the public eye to be heard. But what do I know? I'm sure he'd see me as a whining, leftie spurting PC crap that I know nowt about....

+ watch Emma Watson's speech above and decide for yourself if she "knows nowt". 

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In a move to help raise funds for refugees around the world, artist Johny Darr has collaborated with a handful of celebrities. Widely-known celebs, such as Ryan Gosling and Emma Watson among others, simply donate their favorite, well-worn pair of jeans. 


Darr then handpaints the jeans, creating a customized and unique work of art with every pair. Darr said he received a lot of support from the celebs for his humanitarian project, and looks forward to seeing them auctioned off on Catawiki.

- Watch runway highlights from the Jeans for Refugees By Johny Dar SS17 collection at Fashion Week Berlin above!

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The last two years have seen a rising backlash against the Oscars for their lack of diversity, after no black actors were nominated in the best actress or actor category for the second year running. If you haven't been living under a rock, you will have seen the viral hashtag #OscarsSoWhite which trended worldwide for the last two years. 

The hashtag and cause got support from many in the industry, for example director Spike Lee wrote "We cannot support it and mean no disrespect to my friends, host Chris Rock and producer Reggie Hudlin, president Isaacs and the Academy. But how is it possible for the 2nd consecutive year all 20 contenders under the actor category are white? And let's not even get into the other branches. 40 white actors in 2 years and no flava at all. We can't act?! WTF". 

Lee's outrage was mirrored by thousands on social media, and others in the industry like Will and Jada Smith who boycotted this year's Oscars in light of the nominations. Luptia also commented on the ceremony stating "the Awards should not dictate the terms of art in our modern society, but rather be a diverse reflection of the best of what our art has to offer today. I stand with my peers who are calling for change in expanding the stories that are told and recognition of the people who tell them". 

Due to the above controversy the film industry has finally decided to take action, with the Hollywood Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences opening up the academy, inviting 683 new members to join the panel. 

Those who have confirmed the offer include Idris Elba and Michael B. Jordan. Moreover, women such as Brie Larson and Emma Watson have also been invited. 

The new 683 people are 46% female, 41% people of colour and represents 59 countries. Meaning that the Academy, with its new members is now 27% female and 11% people of colour. 

The above statistics show how disproportionately reflective the old membership was, and that even with the new class included there is still a long way to go before the Oscars diversify.

The thing is, it's easy to point the finger at the ceremony because it is such a coveted and widely televised night- but the real problem lies with institutional bias. Although the Oscars should try and push for a more diversified ceremony, which arguably they are now taking steps to do, they can only do so much. A larger movement of diversification in the industry as a whole needs to happen, which as a snowball effect links to America's larger problem with societal racism and sexism. 

Some have argued that the Oscars have been progressive, for example the best supporting actress category has been called 'a diverse group' by the Washington Post. *internal screams*. I may be pointing out the obvious here, but if the only category that is racially diversified is the 'best supporting' category doesn't that speak volumes about how the Academy views minorities? That they can win or do well in the supporting role, but not the lead. 

This marginalisation highlights the larger issue, and although I see why the Washington Post view it as a success it sort of feels like they're taking the stance 'every little helps'. Which, fine, it does and seeing people reflective of minorities win Oscars is of course a positive step- but the fact that for the last two years every person in the best actress and actor category have been white unconsciously reinforces racial prejudices. Subliminally it's sending the message that minorities should be included and that they can win supporting awards, but that white people are still dominant. 

The racial issue is prevalent and obvious, which is why the hashtag #OscarsSoWhite has proved to be incredibly influential and a real force in pressuring the Academy to diversify. What about the issue of sexism? Women have to make up 50% of the nominees, so from face value many don't see this as an issue, but when you look a little closer the institutionalised sexism is apparent. Women have only received 19% of the non-acting nominations over the past 10 years. 12 films directed by women have been nominated for best picture...no not in the last few years, ever. 

The 683 invitations mark a (long overdue) step. Hopefully those new members will be on the same wavelength as Brie Larson who tweeted "I got in! Excited to use my vote to nominate talent that reflects the real world we live in- Diversity'. The Oscars are seen by many as prestigious and the ultimate acting accolade, if they can lead the way in diversifying then hopefully the industry as a whole will respond to this call for more representation in film. 

What do you think about the new members? Are the Oscars taking a positive step in combating bias or are they merely employing tokenism to avoid another media frenzy? 

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The  #LeanInTogether viral campaign was founded by Sheryl Sandberg, the COO of google, to empower all women to achieve their ambitions. The non-profit organisation's aim is to try and promote women supporting and celebrating one another's accomplishments so that we can collectively be uplifted. The sentiment 'Together women can do more, go further, and change the world' embodies what this movement is about. 


So, why do we need this campaign? Well, in the UK the full time gender pay gap is at 10%, and the part-time pay gap is at 34.5%. On top of that statistic, 70% of people who are paid national minimal wage jobs are women, only 17% of the board directors of the top 100 FTSE companies are women and at least 75% of mothers have primary responsibility for childcare in the home. 

Gender inequalities in the workplace are still extremely apparent, which is why women need the #LeanInTogether Campaign. Women wanting to succeed are already facing far more obstacles than their male colleagues alongside trying to battle against the daily sexism that continually tries to limit their place in society. This is why the idea of women supporting one another is so important, because it's tough out there and it shouldn't be made tougher by other women. 

The #LeanInTogether Campaign has set up a mentoring scheme, whereby women at any stage of their career can volunteer to be a mentor- because having an honest input from someone you respect can seriously improve your chances of going further.

The campaign has also initiated circles of 'Positive Peers' (there are already 28, 000 circles around the world) which join together women in small groups to set up regular meetings so that they can boost one another's confidence and grow together! 

The further two support systems set up are the 'Work place ally' and the 'Role model for girls', which both teach women and girls to push back against gender bias with the help of other females. 

The organisation's new campaign is debunking the old saying 'behind every great man there is a great woman' with 'behind every successful woman is another successful woman'- a far more relevant saying for today's society. The video features inspirational and powerful women like Kerry Washington, Emma Watson, Lena Dunham, Megan Kelly, Eva Longoria, Serena Williams, Selena Gomez and Abby Wambach. Now that's a group of women I'd love to have drinks with. 

The celebrities all name the women who have impacted their careers the most, with Emma Watson naming Sophia Coppola and Lena Dunham thanking Jenny Konner. 

This campaign has inevitably received some backlash, like from those who claim that 'we don't need feminism anymore' (and other remarks that I care not to repeat), but the statistics mentioned above and the experiences that the majority of women have encountered in the work place show otherwise. 

Some critics note that the campaign is geared towards 'employable' educated women, or that the women featured in the video aren't representative of most. Which is true, but personally it's comforting to know that these women have faced barriers similar to our own and that despite them, and with the support of other women, they have risen to success. 

Look at Diane Kruger's recent interview with Town and Country magazine, where she revealed that she has frequently been labelled as 'difficult' for protesting about not being paid the same as her male co-stars. 'I have yet to be paid the same amount as a male co-star, and absolutely I've been labelled a bitch, or difficult to work with, when I've spoken up about something'. Kruger's experiences of inequality in the workplace shows how rampant of an issue it is; that even those perceived to be in the privileged top 5% still face sexism at work. 

Get on board with the hashtag #LeanInTogether Campaign or join one of the organisation's groups near you. If every woman decided to treat other women a little more kindly, or supported one another more, the positive consequences would be dramatic. Hopefully the work of this organisation and the many other groups fighting for women's rights will make the world the next generation will live in a more fair and safe place.

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Stop what you are doing right this second. The first trailer for Disney's live action remake of Beauty and The Beast is here!


We've been waiting for this to drop for the past six months and now it seems as though the wait is finally over...

Starring the stunning Emma Watson as Belle and Dan Stevens as The Beast, watch the sneak peek above, ahead of its release next year!

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