She never puts a foot wrong when it comes to her fashion choices. And Emma Watson was on fine form once again on Thursday as she cut an ethereal figure while gracing the red carpet at The Kering Foundation’s first-ever Caring for Women dinner in New York City.
The Harry Potter actress, 32, wowed in a backless, white lace gown with a flowing skirt as she joined the likes of Salma Hayek, Karlie Kloss and Jodie Turner-Smith at the glitzy event.
The Kering Foundation is a charitable organization that helps women impacted by violence by raising awareness and supporting survivor-centered services like the ones featured at Thursday’s dinner.
Crafted from delicate ivory floral lace, Emma’s semi-sheer dress incorporates a whimsical floor-sweeping silhouette and cut-out detailing. Isn’t it stunning?
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This first-ever dinner benefitted three of the Kering Foundation’s ‘partner organizations’ that work to provide support to victims of gender-based violence.
The three survivor organizations include: the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), Ms. Foundation For Women and Global Fund For Women.
Salma co-chaired the event with her husband François-Henri Pinault, supermodel Gisele Bündchen, actress LaTanya Richardson Jackson, Pulp Fiction star Samuel L. Jackson, artist Julie Mehretu and American feminist Gloria Steinem.
While Emma made a very successful turn on the red carpet, her love life is going just as swimmingly as she’s currently dating Brandon Green, the 29-year-old-son of disgraced tycoon Sir Philip Green.
Last month the couple enjoyed a scenic break to Venice, Italy, where they were snapped enjoying the sights.
Emma and Brandon were first pictured together last September when they disembarked from a helicopter in Battersea, London.
It was previously revealed by The Daily Mail that Brandon has entirely different career aspirations than his father, instead sharing Emma’s interest in the environment.
A source said that he became invested in saving the planet after his father’s Arcadia Group empire – which included Topshop, Dorothy Perkins and Burton – crumbled.
What a night: Emma put on an animated display as she got involved in the evening’s events.
They confirmed: ‘He got very interested in biodiversity and saving the oceans. He does a lot of charity work with both Monaco’s Prince Albert’s foundation and Princess Charlene’s foundation.
‘He is very into fitness and gets involved with galas and charities that help the planet. He does frequent beach clean-ups and whatever he can to help.’
Their relationship comes after Emma’s split from businessman Leo Robinton, who shares a striking resemblance to her new beau.
The Harry Potter star dated Californian business owner Leo from August 2019 until their split two years ago.
Although it appears that she’s happily coupled-up now, Emma previously said she is content being ‘self-partnered’.
‘I never believed the whole “I’m happy single” spiel,’ she told Vogue in 2017. ‘It took me a long time but I’m happy [being single]. I call it being self-partnered.’