Karl Lagerfeld photographed Emma Watson for Crash Magazine, a French trend-setter, fashion magazine. That sounds just amazing. You have to see the pictures to believe it!
After long searches up and down the Internet fashion hallways, I finally caught up to the scans from the very coveted issue. Cover and pictures, interview inside, Emma Watson by Karl Lagerfeld isn’t what I would expect from the Kaiser. (don’t miss the rest, right after the jump! Be sure to check the gallery with all the pictures)
More I look into his work, more I have the impression that Kaiser’s photography and style imagery is divided in two ages: the follies age and the sacred age. The likes of Jerry Hall (Eva Herzigova, why not?) fall into the follies age and Emma falls into the nun-phase, she’s some sacred priestess of Haute Couture.
Misunderstood and tragic princess of fashion, beauty and success, Emma Watson painted her face cream white and put on the mask of fierceness for the Kaiser, courtesy of French Magazine Crash. How long till they make a new Tilda out of Emma? (photos via)