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Emma Waston’s Floating Dress is Paralyzing our Brains!

By: Nina He

Why hasn't Emma Watons, Hermione Granger of Harry Potter, participated in a movie since ‘Little Women?’ Watson, in an interview last month with the Financial Times, explained why.

“I wasn’t very happy, if I’m being honest,” she said. “I felt a bit caged. The thing I found really hard was that I had to go out and sell something that I really didn’t have very much control over.”

Then she said, “I love what I do. It’s finding a way to do it where I don’t have to fracture myself into different faces and people. And I just don’t want to switch into robot mode anymore. Does that make sense?”

Waston posted a picture of her in a light blue dress on Instagram on Monday. But the thing was, the dress was floating!!! At three points in the neckline, the dress lifted itself. The purpose of the posting was to promote Renais, the French-inspired brand she made a while ago with her brother, Alex Waston.

In the picture, Emma Watson modeled the dress while smiling beside her brother.

Lots of people made comments in the comment section of Waston’s picture.

“What in the Wingardium Leviosa is that dress.”

“someone make that dress make sense pls.”

“This dress is defying physics.”

The magical dress was from the Spanish fashion house Loewe’s spring/summer collection. The director there right now is Jonathon Anderson.

Even though it seemed like the answer was magic, lots of others offered theories about how the dress was floating. One was this: Kelsey Stewart, for the Zoe Report fashion blog, said that the Loewe dress features “draped fabric” and “structured wiring underneath the bodice, which creates the style’s floating effect.”

Another was that there was an invisible string that hung from Waston’s ears that connected to the dress to make it seem like it was floating.

Even though the theories might make sense, Hermione Granger still might have casted a spell on the dress to make it float.

Wingardium Leviosa!

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