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In the wide world of fashionable starlets, Emma Watson will always have a special, lovably petite place in our hearts. Now, the sometime college student, sometime axe-wielding actress is dabbling in a little editing.
Like, say, Lady Gaga and Gwyneth Paltrow before her, the future full-time New Yorker has her hands on the editorial reins for the latest issue of Wonderland magazine. As any good ed would, Watson pulled out her contact list, stocking the mag with interviews from costars and collaborators like Jonah Hill, Sofia Coppola, Darren Aronofsky, and, yes, J.K. Rowling, as well as Lorde, Tavi, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Lena Dunham, and Patti Smith. Not bad.
Seeing as she's the acting EIC, Watson also felt free to tweet out her two covers for the pub's forthcoming February issue. "Afro Prada Bruiser or Elf Alien Queen," she wrote. "Your pick."
Now, we're the first to admit that we're not sure if "Afro Prada Bruiser" is P.C. or not (thoughts, anyone?). But, to her point, it is sorta hard to pick between these two covers. We're leaning toward Elf Alien Queen (which is a more-or-less apt description of Watson in general), but there's a lot to be said for that updo look. Naturally, this can only be decided once and for all in the comments below.
As for that Watson-edited issue, Wonderland's February installment hits newsstands on February 7.