Here’s the first photos and a look at the making of Emma Watson‘s autumn/winter 2010 People Tree fair trade fashion line.
The first half of the video followed Emma and People Tree founder and director Safia Minney through the rural towns of Dhaka and Bajshahi in Bagladesh this past July.
They visited Swallows, the Fair Trade project that made her clothes in Bajshahi. Swallows dyed natural yarn, hand weaves fabric and hand embroidered clothing, providing work for over 200 women.
Emma greeted young Bangladeshi children, and took up a temporary job as math tutor for a day to teach basic addition and subtraction to the young minds. The Hermione Granger actress could also be seen assisting with the fabric dyeing in clothes shops, and learning how fabrics were weaved.
The second half of the video took a glimpse into Emma’s photo shoot for the autumn/winter fair trade line, which took place recently in London, as well as a sneak preview of the catalog and other new outfits.
See more photos… HERE!