07/08/2015
The important issues.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

It’s no secret that well-rounded beauty Emma Watson is doing everything in her power to make the world a more equal place.

And now the actress, UN ambassador, fashion icon and Uni graduate has teamed up with British Vogue to start a conversation about Fashion on Gender Equality. It features the likes of Bella Freud, Jonathan Saunders, Stella McCartney and Erdem Moralioglu, and discusses the importance of gender equality in fashion, and where we need to go from here. 

www.vogue.co.uk

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