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I think when I was quite younger, I was always quite a tomboy.
– Bonnie Wright
I haven’t ever felt I’ve had to divide my ‘actress’ life from the rest of my life.
I’ve never had a stylist, and I’ve always chosen my own clothes.
I think sometimes when you begin to examine things – like yourself – suddenly you can just freak out and not want to go any further.
In my family we’ve always been into ethical stuff and recycling.
I’m really not for famous people who design a line for a company, when you know it’s not really them creating it but a team of designers, especially when there are so many talented people who’ve taken the time to go and study fashion.
When you start so young working, you build a hunger for acting, working, and a busy life.
I’ll be out shopping, and all it takes is for one person to recognise me and it can get scary.
I like doing clay work. It’s different from drawing on a page because you have something to mold into different shapes. It’s quite visual, it’s a thing you can hold and feel, and that makes it different from drawing.
I like France quite a lot, and I like Italy.
I think when you’re younger, you need to socialize and be with people your own age.
It is extremely important to me that the social and environmental issues associated with the production of fashion clothing are addressed.
Sometimes you need to put your own characteristics into the actor, and you take different things from the character that you admire – sometimes you can’t see the boundaries anymore.
I guess I’ve always been really strong minded about what I wear; I’ve never followed what other people consider fashionable or what styles are happening at the time.
I really respond to putting myself out of my own depth and finding my feet.
I’ve always loved the dialogue that Pedro Almodovar writes.
When I put something on, and I stand up much straighter, that’s when I love to wear clothes.
Cuts of clothes and shapes of clothes are really important.
I like Destiny’s Child.
I have had a few people recognise me in public. But I wouldn’t like everybody to recognise me. I can still walk across the street and not be noticed.