Emma Watson and British fair-trade fashion label People Tree are getting ready for a royal showing of their spring/summer 2011 collection.
The "Harry Potter" actress, who counts fashion as one of her passions, launched the "Love from Emma
" line earlier this year to wide praise. The collection, which gives a percentage of sales to UNICEF
, features an eco-friendly range of jersey T-shirts, dresses, woven skirts, trousers, shorts and knitwear for both men and women.
To show off the new line, Watson and People Tree have been invited to Prince Charles' A Garden Party to Make a Difference
— a series of cultural events to promote sustainable living. While she won't be in attendance, the 20-year-old will make a special introduction via video.
“I’m so thrilled that People Tree will be showing the spring summer collection at A Garden Party to Make a Difference,” she said in a statement. “I think The Prince of Wales’ initiative is such a brilliant idea and I’m thrilled.”
The 12-day Garden Party event will take place at Clarence House in London — and will mark the first time that Prince Charles' private organic gardens will be open to the public. There will also be exhibitions, interactive displays and a host of activities and live performances all dedicated to the green scene.