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Emma Watson Covers the Fall Issue of The New York Times Style Magazine

Emma Watson The Graduate, for The New York Times Style Magazine

Emma Watson The Graduate, for The New York Times Style Magazine

It's been a little while since we've seen the British beauty, but Emma Watson has made a grand return for the Fall 2012 cover of The New York Times Style Magazine. Shot by Alasdair McLellan, her dramatic winged eyeliner — created using the NARS Eyeliner Stylo in Carpates — is the beauty feature of the spread, but it is writer Will Self's description of Emma that had us most intrigued:

  • "Pale skinned, serious of mien, with tiny little Meissen china ears furled tightly against her tiny little Meissen china head, her brown hair scraped back into a bunch, her meager form lost in a baggy white T-shirt, Watson still looks younger than she is. She’s neat-featured; all the headlines of her face — eyes, brows, cheekbones — seem as if underlined."
  • "Oh, and then there’s her mouth, which, in mid-moue, has a top lip that looks sharp enough to give you a paper cut."
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