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It is the international authority on style, with 44 print editions worldwide and 37 websites. Launched in , British ELLE, edited by Lorraine Candy, has unparalleled access to world-renowned designers, celebrities, models, photographers,writers, columnists and stylists. Sexy, stylish and spirited, ELLE was the first to inspire readers to celebrate their individuality and create their own style. And ELLE is unique in its cutting-edge approach to modern publishing. We are the only luxury magazine brand to have a fully integrated editorial team producing content across all brand platforms — print, digital, mobile and social media. We call it ELLE Our authoritative team matches appropriate content to the appropriate platform, giving the reader, user, follower and fan what she needs, when she needs it, how she needs it.

Emma Watson, The December 2014 ELLE Cover Interview

Subscribe to ELLE now. Her hands are trembling and, at first, her voice is decidedly wobbly. She is so nervous that I'm literally gripping the edge of my chair in the auditorium in solidarity as she steps on stage.

We want to end gender inequality — and, to do that, we need everyone involved. Watch Emma's UN speech here. The speech, which she wrote herself, begins to flow with authentic passion. When I was eight, I was confused at being called "bossy" because I wanted to direct the plays we would put on for our parents — but the boys were not.

When, at 14, I started to be sexualised by certain elements of the media. When, at 15, my girlfriends started dropping out of their beloved sports teams because they didn't want to appear "muscly". When, at 18, my male friends were unable to express their feelings. I decided that I was a feminist and this seemed uncomplicated to me,' she goes on. The air is charged with electric expectancy.

I don't like the overused phrase 'game changer', but it really is the only way to describe the scene I'm privileged to be witnessing. In just 20 minutes, I watch Watson become an agent of change. As soon as she finishes her speech, there is a spontaneous standing ovation. An activist is born, and the fresh new face of feminism allows herself a small smile.

Later, at a cocktail party to celebrate the launch of the global HeForShe campaign, Watson, just 5ft 4in, is physically swamped by well-wishers. She spots me in the crowd we've met several times before: I'm surprised by this unexpected show of emotion from a normally reserved Watson.

But tonight she's alive with energy, fired up by the response to her stateswoman-like speech news of which, as ELLE went to press, had reached a total of 1.

The story dominates global headlines for a week and the speech is shared across millions of Facebook feeds. Friends of mine even send it to me, demanding I interview Watson on their behalf, and on behalf of their teenage daughters.

I don't tell them that I have already done so — that, in fact, we set up this interview and cover shoot the day after Watson's appointment as UN Women Goodwill Ambassador was announced in August for this Feminism Issue.

How wonderful, I think, that we now have a fresh new voice to talk feminism, a delightfully curious and wise woman to inspire a new generation. I knew I wanted to keep acting, but I wanted something else.

And, in a funny way, doing this is my way of making sense of the fame, of using it. I have found a way to channel it towards something else, which makes it so much more manageable for me. And this is something I really believe in. I could talk about it for hours.

It's not prescriptive, it's not dogmatic.

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All we are here to do is give you a choice. If you want to run for Prime Minister, you can. If you don't, that's wonderful, too. Shave your armpits, don't shave them, wear flats one day, heels the next. These things are so irrelevant and surface to what it is all really about, and I wish people wouldn't get caught up in that. Women should feel free.

Emma Watson Interview ELLE UK December

There is no typical feminist, there is nothing anywhere that says you have to meet a certain [set of] criteria. I had feared I'd have to put the cloak of authenticity over Emma when I wrote up this cover interview. Before meeting her, it wouldn't have been unreasonable to assume this actress, famous for her role as witch Hermione, was simply lending her name to a project in the way many celebrities do. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but when you stand up in front an audience of international world leaders, accomplished academics, fundraisers and global decision-makers and promise to tackle the thorny issue of gender inequality, you have to know your stuff or you'll be condemned forever as a fake.

Ten minutes into the interview, I realise I've been incredibly patronising to think that about Watson.

And that's what fame can help with. I'm not pretending to be an economist or a politician. I'm not the most knowledgeable person on all the issues, but I am eager to learn.

I tell her she looked nervous, and she bursts out laughing. It wasn't an easy thing for me to do. It felt like: Am I the lunch? I hope people could see my vulnerability up there. I hope it made me more human, not less. Watson reveals her mum texted to congratulate her as soon as she sat down after her speech.

She talks so eagerly about making sure she didn't wear too formal a suit, or appear too unapproachable for the speech that I wish our interview was videoed, so you could witness this warm and friendly woman in action.

She goes on: I didn't want to speak for the sake of it or just because I had the platform. We need to stop preaching to the choir because feminism, women's rights and gender equality aren't about man-hating. Watson does indeed seem particularly well-qualified to join the crusade to persuade men to engage with feminism.

She has four brothers: Alex, who is three years younger, her dad's son Toby and her mum's two stepsons, Andrew and David. It is the international authority on style, with 44 print editions worldwide and 37 websites. Launched in , British ELLE, edited by Lorraine Candy, has unparalleled access to world-renowned designers, celebrities, models, photographers,writers, columnists and stylists.

Sexy, stylish and spirited, ELLE was the first to inspire readers to celebrate their individuality and create their own style. And ELLE is unique in its cutting-edge approach to modern publishing. We are the only luxury magazine brand to have a fully integrated editorial team producing content across all brand platforms — print, digital, mobile and social media. We call it ELLE Our authoritative team matches appropriate content to the appropriate platform, giving the reader, user, follower and fan what she needs, when she needs it, how she needs it.

We are a 24 hour fashion media brand producing useful, innovative and playful content. In addition to our monthly print edition and daily digital and social media output we publish the definitive luxury catwalk bi-annual, ELLE Collections; produced by the same, award-winning Team ELLE.

Put simply, ELLE is for women who love fashion — by women who love fashion.

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