List of Brands Endorsed by Emma Watson

List of Brands Endorsed by Emma Watson

Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson is one of the leading female faces of the world now. At 31, she has done a lot more than someone could achieve in a lifetime. She's an actress and activist. She has done incredible movies and worked for women's rights. She began her career with the role of Hermione Granger in the ever-famous Harry Potter series. She has done a vivid range and whole different shades of characters.

In 2013 after playing the character of the adoptive daughter in the biblical epic "Noah", she won a British Academy Film and television awards. In 2017 her movie, "Beauty and the Beast'' was one of the highest-grossing movies of all time.

Some of her commendable works are "Perks of Being a Wallflower", "The bling ring", "Little women" and many more. In 2014, she was appointed as a UN Women Goodwill ambassador. She advocated gender equality through her campaign HeforShe. She's known a lot for her endorsements with sustainable brands promoting clean goodness. Enlisted below are the most famous and known endorsements of Emma Watson.

List of Brands Endorsed by Emma Watson
Brands Promoted by Emma Watson During Beauty and the Beast Press Tour

List of Brands Endorsed by Emma Watson


Emma Watson Burberry Endorsement
Emma Watson Burberry Endorsement

In 2009, 19-year-old Hermione playing Emma Watson was roped in for an endorsement with Burberry. She was seen in the advertisements of this posh chic British brand featuring a few of its iconic items. She was seen wearing the label's famous beige trenches, tartan patterned bags and purses. The posh and glamour of the Brand was indeed repolished by her approval.


When she was 18 years old Emma Watson, to the surprise of masses of heavily weighed artisans roped in for an endorsement with Chanel. The year was 2008 and she was a teenager of 18. She advertised the variant Coco Mademoiselle. Due to this, she got two full years of free supply of the same.


In 2011, Emma Watson appeared in an advertisement for Lancome perfume. The name of the perfume was TRÉSOR MIDNIGHT ROSE. However, in 2013 she promoted one of their skin lightening and brightening product.

Being a feminist she was not expected to parameterize beauty standards as of colour. There was a great deal of rage against her for this ad. However, she has volunteered to comment that after realising what the commercial aimed towards she immediately came out of it.

Calvin Klein

Emma Watson Calvin Klein Endorsement
Emma Watson Calvin Klein Endorsement

Emma Watson is very known for her sustainable fashion. On the 2016 Met Gala red carpet, she wore something too plain to be worn there. Just pants and a train has been worn differently. However, little did we know that the trick was the material used to design this garment.

It was made by Calvin Klein and Eco age by recycling plastic soda bottles. Emma was elated by this endorsement since she could incorporate quite an amount of waste into her wearable. She was also glad by how creativity, technology and fashion could go hand in hand.


New York-based jewellery brand Catbird was promoted by Emma Watson in the same year of Met Gala where she demonstrated sustainable fashion from Calvin Klein. In the 2014 Met Gala, she was seen wearing a set of earpieces by catbird. She was probably so much in love with it that she was seen to wear it during her "Beauty and the Beast" promotion events.

Christian Dior

Emma Watson Dior
Emma Watson Dior

Emma Watson has been spotted wearing Christian Dior in two of her iconic award shows in 2016 and 2017. They strongly demonstrated feminist properties. Not much is known about this endorsement.

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Sustainable Brands Promoted by Emma Watson During Beauty and the Beast "The Press Tour"

Now let's talk about the brands that Emma Watson wore advertising sustainable fashion. These were the few brands she wore while promoting her movie "Beauty and the Beast" through the campaign "The Press Tour".

Coltrane Works

Emma Watson promoting Coltrane Works
Emma Watson promoting Coltrane Works

Founded by Amihan Zemp, this brand's speciality was organic fibres and yarns from local swiss suppliers only. Items of this brand are designed and made in Switzerland traditionally.


Emma Watson promoting Svilu
Emma Watson promoting Svilu

Svilu is a sustainable clothing brand. This company is Manhattan-based. This women's wear company makes their garments from sustainable resources.


Emma Watson promoting Ana Khouri
Emma Watson promoting Ana Khouri

This is a brand from Jewellery designer Ana Khouri. She is known for using fair trade gold from local suppliers and small scale mines. The gems which she uses are blood-free. She also handcrafts a few of her pieces in São Paulo Brazil her hometown.

Gabriela Hearst

Emma Watson promoting Gabriela Hearst
Emma Watson promoting Gabriela Hearst 

Uruguayan designer Gabriela, is known for her traditionally made garments. According to her slow-paced traditional production is the best way to create fashion.

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These were the list of brands endorsed by Emma Watson. Emma Watson is one the highest-paid actress and as per a report she makes about $5 to $10 million per year just from brand endorsements. Emma Watson is particular about the brands she chooses to endorse, she believes in sustainable fashion and primarily promotes eco-friendly fashion brands.


What is the net worth of Emma Watson?

The net worth of Emma Watson is $85 million as of 2022.

How old is Emma Watson?

Emma Watson was born on 15 April 1990 and is 31 years old.

What is the qualification of Emma Watson?

Emma Watson graduated from Brown University with a bachelor's degree in English literature.

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