Emma Watson raises eyebrows in her “floating” dress: what kind of creativity is this? | Displays

Emma Watson raises eyebrows in her "floating" dress: what kind of creativity is this?  |  Displays

with picturesActress Emma Watson, 33, has caused a stir on the internet in recent days after she shared a photo of herself on Instagram. On top of that, she wears a dress that seems to disregard all the laws of gravity, thus making it all the media on the show. What is this creation?

Watson shared the photo to her 72.1 million followers to promote her gin line. Many fans immediately had the idea that they already had a bottle or two, or were ready for new glasses. “The dress looks like it’s floating,” reads one of the many desperate reactions under the post, which has more than 2 million likes. “Can someone explain this dress?” Another writes desperately. “What is the garment on your body that hangs from your ears?”

Some suspect Watson has magical powers, consistent with her previous role in the Harry Potter films. is sheWingardium liviosaHe said to the garment, magic known to make things fly? Or did she give up folding her fitted sheet halfway and put her in misery? Not to mention the comparison with the wind umbrella.

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It can get even more crazy

In fact, it is indeed a dress from the Spanish fashion brand Loewe. This is what Watson’s creation presented in light blue in Paris last September. The dress probably has a kind of skeleton in the front, which holds a large amount of fabric at four points. This makes it appear as if the garment is being pulled skyward by invisible strings. The back is like a “normal” dress.

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Dress Emma Watson at the presentation in Paris. © BrunoPress

Model Mona Tugard wore shoes under the dress that looked like a mountain of deflated balloons at the fashion show. This isn’t the craziest idea for creative director Jonathan Anderson, who has long been a sensation in his surrealist work. Think of the anthurium top that supermodel Emily Ratajkowski went online with…


“Pixel” costumes from the same fashion show in Paris:

Loewe Pixel Creations.
Loewe Pixel Creations. © BrunoPress

Beyoncé’s Tourist Suit with Extra Arms:


Actress Emma Korren’s Hunting Bag Dress:


Actress Jennifer Lawrence, in her dress that seemed separate from her body:

Jennifer Lawrence in Madrid earlier this month.
Jennifer Lawrence in Madrid earlier this month. © BrunoPress / Action Press

Supermodel Karlie Kloss at the Met Gala, wearing a chain-embellished dress:

Karlie Kloss at the Met Gala.
Karlie Kloss at the Met Gala. © BrunoPress / Abaca Press

Incidentally, Loewe isn’t the only brand making inroads into surreal fashion. Viktor & Rolf previously caused ‘total confusion’ in Paris with their hilarious creations:

Horizontal dress from Viktor & Rolf.
Horizontal dress from Viktor & Rolf. © BrunoPress / PhotoShot

Model Elsa Hosk wore Viktor & Rolf in Cannes.
Model Elsa Hosk wore Viktor & Rolf in Cannes. © Getty Images

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