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This Is How Emma Watson's Belle-Inspired Dior Dress Was Made
From the sketch to the final product.
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Emma Watson paid tribute to her most recent character when she donned a yellow Dior Haute Couture gown fit for Belle. The dress was a fitting look for the evening, as she read parts of Beauty and the Beast aloud to children at the New York Film Society Kids program.

Emma Watson had a hand in the design process as well. "I spoke with Emma and we decided together to move this way, because it's for her film and it's very close with the story," Dior creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri explains in a new video.

The result, which aligns with Watson's dedication to wear sustainable fashion, is a sunny yellow sleeveless dress made from organza and Eco-age fabric.

The number also features a subtle cowl neckline and more volume in the back of the dress, right underneath straps that delicately crisscross above the hips.

Watson frequently wears Dior looks for red carpet events. "Emma is very important for the new generation of women," Chiuri added. "She's a good example. I really respect [her a lot]."

Watch how Watson's Dior dress was made below.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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