Emma Watson 'thrilled' with royal fashion support

Last updated 05:00 20/08/2010
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NEW STYLE: Emma Watson's debut fashion line will be shown at an eco-garden party run by Prince Charles.

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Emma Watson is 'thrilled' that Britain's Prince Charles' private garden party will showcase her eco-friendly clothing range.

Emma has collaborated with the British fair-trade fashion label People Tree to create a range of stylish and environmentally friendly clothes for Spring/Summer 2011.

The chic collection will be on show at a high-profile event, called A Garden Party to Make a Difference, on September 11 at Prince Charles's private gardens as part of a 12-day 'eco festival' he has organised to promote sustainable living.

The 20-year-old won't be able to attend the party although she will shoot a special introduction video to be shown at the event and is very excited to be involved.

"I'm so thrilled that People Tree will be showing the spring summer collection at A Garden Party to Make a Difference," she said in a statement. "I think The Prince of Wales's initiative is such a brilliant idea and I'm thrilled."

The British actress has become a style icon in recent years after shooting to fame playing Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter film franchise.

She is best-known for wearing brightly coloured vintage-style outfits and says she thinks British people are so stylish because they need cheering up in the grey climate.

"I think [British style] has to do with the weather. We have terrible weather. It's very grey and drizzly so we need things to cheer us up," she laughed.

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