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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

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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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