Emma Watson is Back on the Red Carpet Grind, Wearing Amazing Things

Starting with a screen-printed Christopher Kane skirt.
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Starting with a screen-printed Christopher Kane skirt.
Emma Watson at a Madrid photocall for 'Regression' on Thursday. Photo: Fotonoticias/WireImage

Emma Watson at a Madrid photocall for 'Regression' on Thursday. Photo: Fotonoticias/WireImage

It's nearly the end of the week, but I think I speak for everyone when I say we're all in need of a midday pick-me-up — preferably in the form of baked goods and/or brand-new outfit photos of Emma Watson. My, do we have some good news on the latter front: This morning, Fashionista learned the 25-year-old style star-slash-women's rights activist has just started a press junket for her upcoming thriller, "Regression." 

Understand that while she's made formal appearances here and there, Watson hasn't embarked on a bona fide, multicity promotional tour since "Noah" in 2014. We are long overdue for the sartorial greatness that is Watson's red carpet style — and the good stuff is just getting started.

On Thursday, the star looked lovely in a Christopher Kane tulle skirt, which — according to her stylist, Sarah Slutsky — was screen-printed by hand at the designer's own atelier in London. A loose, girly bow tied together the eccentricity of the skirt with a simple black tank top, which she accessorized with a singular cuff and a whole mess of earrings. 

Let's talk about the beauty look, too, which is often what makes Watson's ensembles stand out from her competitors. There was a) a divine orange-y red lip, b) minimal eye makeup, as always, and c) a tousled, slightly messy fake "lob." It's a classic play, but provides the unexpected flair that makes Watson shine on the red carpet.

We can't wait to see what other sorcery — beauty, couture, Defense Against the Dark Arts and otherwise — she has up her sleeve this week.

Ah, the good ol' lob fake out. Photo: Juan Naharro Gimenez/Getty Images

Ah, the good ol' lob fake out. Photo: Juan Naharro Gimenez/Getty Images