Actress Emma Watson attends 'The Bling Ring' premiere during The 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival at the Palais des Festivals on May 16, 2013 in Cannes, France.
Emma Watson went for a sultry look at a recent red carpet event, a departure from her usual fashion choices.
During the premiere of the documentary "We Dare to Dream" in London last week, the "Harry Potter" star turned heads in a black Alexander McQueen blazer adorned with a dazzling silver embellishment on one shoulder.
Adding an alluring twist, Watson paired it with a daring peekaboo cut-out bralette, exuding confidence and sophistication on the red carpet.
New photos of Emma Watson at the London premiere of We Dare To Dream, Nov 26, 2023. pic.twitter.com/WrNtRh3ram— “” (@FlawlessWatson) November 28, 2023
The 33-year-old actress also donned sleek, black Alexander McQueen pants, perfectly paired with heels that tastefully showcased her chic black pedicure.
In the accessory department, she kept it minimal, letting a pair of elegant silver studs enhance her ensemble without the need for additional jewelry.
To complete her daring yet elegant look, Watson opted for a striking red lip coupled with black mascara.
Her brown hair was fashioned into a chic, tousled ponytail, adding a touch of effortless style to her look.
On the red carpet, the United Nations Women Goodwill ambassador posed for photos with human rights champion Malala Yousafzai, documentary producer Joe Gebbia, and director Waad Al-Kateab.
In a video posted by a user on X, formerly Twitter, Watson is seen expressing her reaction to the film and asking a question during the Q&A portion of the premiere.
New! Emma Watson at the "We dare to dream' premiere, London. pic.twitter.com/CVgeBzvoLC— EllenTheArtist (@EllenTheArtist_) November 27, 2023
"It was such a joy to watch, and it was so inspiring," Watson commented.
Inquiring about ways to support the refugee team, Watson posed thoughtful questions during the discussion.
"The question I wanted to ask is: how do we support the refugee team? What do you need? How can we -- you know, it's a year away, Paris Olympics -- what can people do? [People] who watched this film, who want to support individuals who will compete and who have it so much harder than anyone else at the Games?" the "Little Women" actress asked.
"We Dare to Dream" chronicles the inspiring journey of refugee athletes hailing from Iran, Syria, South Sudan, and Cameroon who competed in the 2020 Olympic Games. Their resilience and determination shine as they navigate challenges, utilizing sports like swimming, running, and more to seek opportunities and safety in host nations worldwide.
According to Hello! magazine, Watson attended the premiere to celebrate the impactful and inspirational documentary.