Style icon Emma Watson has continued to take a stand for ethical fashion by slipping on some fairtrade denim hotpants to launch her third and final collection with People Tree.
The Harry Potter actress has been vocal about her stance on fairtrade clothing for years, which she exhibits by modelling her latest spring/summer collection for the brand.
The 20-year-old not only models and designs for the company, but she also travelled to Bangladesh to see the collection being made by the locals.
Ethical fashion: Emma models her third and final collection for fairtrade label People Tree, which hits stores on February 28 to coincide with Fairtrade Fortnight
‘It was an incredible and life-changing experience. I wish everyone had the chance to see the difference Fairtrade makes.’
In the photoshoot Emma teamed up her ethical Daisy Dukes with a beige cotton waistcoat and scarf as she posed in a summer field.
Creative input: The 20-year-old not only models and designs for the company, but she also travelled to Bangladesh to see the collection being made by the locals
Speaking out: Emma says of her trip: 'It was an incredible and life-changing experience. I wish everyone had the chance to see the difference Fairtrade makes'
And Emma also showed off her dresses for the brand, with the range that includes fabrics printed with checks, polka dots and floral designs.
She designed the collection last year while attending university and said: ‘People Tree’s founder, and Misato, People Tree’s designer, came out to work with me in Rhode Island.
Lounging around: Emma posed with her fellow models in the photoshoot for People Tree, after having helped design the collection with the label
Fairtrade Fortnight runs from February 28 to March 13 and was created by the Fairtrade Foundation to invite designers to produce scarves using fairtrade cotton.
Designers who have joined the Collective include Marios Schwab and Hussein Chalayan for Puma, Julie Verhoeven, Tim Soar, David David and Ada Zanditon.