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Emma Watson Guest Edits and Graces the Covers of Wonderland Magazine

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When we heard the news that J.K. Rowling told Wonderland Magazine she wasn’t happy with her Hermione/Ron pairing, our hearts sunk just a little—how could the adorable bookworm and goofy sidekick not be made for each other? Rowling reportedly disclosed the info to Hermione Emma Watson, who guest edited and posed for two covers of the February edition of the magazine. The plus side to this magical mess is that we get to see our favorite witch make her journalistic debut and model for the dual covers in both Prada and Dolce & Gabbana.

The British actress tweeted about her covers calling them, "Afro Prada Bruiser or Elf Alien Queen. Your pick." Personally we’re kind of digging the Elf Alien Queen. Having modelled for Burberry, designed collaborations with Free People and Alberta Ferretti, and being appointed ambassador for Lancôme, Watson is no stranger to the world of fashion—editing, however, proved a little more difficult. “Being an editor…Not totally easy eh?” she tweeted. But judging from the snazzy covers and dishy interviews—we’re pretty sure she’s got this.

Emma Watson's February edition of Wonderland Magazine will hit newsstands on Thursday.

Emma Watson Guest Edits and Graces the Covers of Wonderland Magazine

Emma Watson Wonderland

Photos Courtesy of Wonderland

When we heard the news that J.K. Rowling told Wonderland Magazine she wasn’t happy with her Hermione/Ron pairing, our hearts sunk just a little—how could the adorable bookworm and goofy sidekick not be made for each other? Rowling reportedly disclosed the info to Hermione Emma Watson, who guest edited and posed for two covers of the February edition of the magazine. The plus side to this magical mess is that we get to see our favorite witch make her journalistic debut and model for the dual covers in both Prada and Dolce & Gabbana.

The British actress tweeted about her covers calling them, “Afro Prada Bruiser or Elf Alien Queen. Your pick.” Personally we’re kind of digging the Elf Alien Queen. Having modelled for Burberry, designed collaborations with Free People and Alberta Ferretti, and being appointed ambassador for Lancôme, Watson is no stranger to the world of fashion—editing, however, proved a little more difficult. “Being an editor…Not totally easy eh?” she tweeted. But judging from the snazzy covers and dishy interviews—we’re pretty sure she’s got this. 

Emma Watson’s February edition of Wonderland Magazine will hit newsstands on Thursday.

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