Emma Watson To Open Fair Trade Forum

Emma Watson To Open Fair Trade Forum

Ever wanted to ask Emma Watson a question about fashion? Here’s your chance!

The 19-year-old Harry Potter starlet is opening the forum at People Tree and wants to chat with you all about Fair Trade fashion.

All you have to do is send in a video with your question to Emma and a select few will get a video response. You can email your videos to askemma@peopletree.co.uk

For more information, log onto PeopleTreeYouth.Co.Uk.

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  • Michelle

    I’m glad to see somebody her age open up discussion about fairtrade. She’s so intelligent I can’t wait to hear her views on the subject. All proceeds going to charity is a huge bonus. I know I’ll be buying from her line.

  • Celia

    Awesome! Love Emma! I can’t wait to see the clothing line. I’m totally sending in a question. :D

  • cHRIS

    She is a wonderful role model. I like the idea of using what you love and helping others. Kudos to her.

  • Free

    Is all proceeds really going to charity though? Fair trade and People tree is still a business.

  • Celia


    I think it’s probably going to charity. People Tree is a non-profit clothing organization if I’m not mistaken.

  • Free

    People Tree had its beginnings in 1991, and is the pioneer of Fair Trade Fashion internationally, promoting environmental justice and Fair Trade. The People Tree Foundation is an independent charity, working alongside People Tree the Fair Trade Company. The Foundation will bring benefits to an even greater number of farmers and artisans through scaling up training, technical support and environmental initiatives and through raising awareness and campaigning for fair and sustainable fashion.

    The People Tree Foundation is a charity, People Tree Company is a business that uses ethical practices to make and distribute its clothing. Then again, ethical is such a debated term when it comes to business practices, how ethical is a company that still employs workers and cut a larger profit for themselves? Of course, it is not sweatshop labor, but they are still gauging the customers for clothing that would cost less in its original country. The company is capitalizing on the green movement and exotic tastes of westerners to market people tree the company. I don’t know if this will be sustainable in the long term. Emma is partnering with a ‘green’ clothing line, not so much a charity.

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