Emma Watson for Alberta Ferretti: The Complete Collection

Emma Watson's capsule collab with Alberta Ferretti, "Pure Threads," went on sale today at albertaferretti.com. So now you can see the five-piece collection in its entirety. It's pretty, to be sure--very peasant-y, summery, romantic, etc.,--but also pretty expensive. Prices range from $340 for some denim short shorts with appliques on the sides to $1010 for a dress described as being made of "cloth and lace." Of course, a portion of proceeds go to benefit People Tree, the fair trade clothing line and manufacturer that Watson supports, having designed two lines for the company in the past. In a behind-the-scenes video of the shoot for the collection, Emma Watson looks at the collection and murmurs, "This is actually like a dream come true." Would you splurge on any pieces from "Pure Threads"? Check out the full collection and let us know.
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Emma Watson's capsule collab with Alberta Ferretti, "Pure Threads," went on sale today at albertaferretti.com. So now you can see the five-piece collection in its entirety. It's pretty, to be sure--very peasant-y, summery, romantic, etc.,--but also pretty expensive. Prices range from $340 for some denim short shorts with appliques on the sides to $1010 for a dress described as being made of "cloth and lace." Of course, a portion of proceeds go to benefit People Tree, the fair trade clothing line and manufacturer that Watson supports, having designed two lines for the company in the past. In a behind-the-scenes video of the shoot for the collection, Emma Watson looks at the collection and murmurs, "This is actually like a dream come true." Would you splurge on any pieces from "Pure Threads"? Check out the full collection and let us know.
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Emma Watson's capsule collab with Alberta Ferretti, "Pure Threads," went on sale today at albertaferretti.com. So now you can see the five-piece collection in its entirety. It's pretty, to be sure--very peasant-y, summery, romantic, etc.,--but also pretty expensive. Prices range from $340 for some denim short shorts with appliques on the sides to $1010 for a dress described as being made of "cloth and lace." Of course, a portion of proceeds go to benefit People Tree, the fair trade clothing line and manufacturer that Watson supports, having designed two lines for the company in the past. In a behind-the-scenes video of the shoot for the collection, Emma Watson looks at the collection and murmurs, "This is actually like a dream come true."

Would you splurge on any pieces from "Pure Threads"? Check out the full collection and let us know.