Harry Potters Emma Watson to be a fashion designer
on Monday,July 25,2011 23:07
Now that the final installment of the Harry Potter series premiered last weekend, many are wondering what the three stars are going to do now that the 10-year project is over. It was recently reported that Emma Watson is now looking at a career in fashion design, according to the Daily Mail.
The 21-year-old actress will continue her education at Oxford, which will be a change from Brown University in the U.S., where she studied previously. She has been reportedly taking sewing and fabric-cutting classes, according to the news source.
Some of the designers that have inspired her include Georgina Chapman, Joan Miro and Sarah Burton, the media outlet reports.
This is different from many other actresses that turn to fashion designers, as she is attempting to get her fashion design degree before plunging into the field. According to CelebsGather, Watson is reportedly obsessed with art and is very eager to challenge herself in this field. She has already started by designing T-shirts but is looking forward to creating custom evening gowns.
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