Two aspects of this magazine cover that are really impressive are the typographical relationships and the way the image covers the masthead. The typographical relationship is contrasting, with serif for the masthead and main cover line about Emma Watson, while the rest of the cover lines are sans-serif. This almost creates a hierarchy of sorts, showing that the text in serif is most important.
Emma Watson wore an outfit from the Dior Couture collection – a red backless dress with slim black trousers – accessorised with Roger Vivier heels and Dior pearl earrings. Golden Globes 2014 Dresses – Red Carpet Dresses and Outfits (Vogue.com UK)
Emma Watson - The face of feminism. Ever since that powerful UN speech, Emma Watson has become the 'face of feminism', who advocates for gender equality through the campaign 'He for She'. This young women has recognised that the definition of 'feminism' is vastly different to what people believe 'feminism' to mean now.
To add to her collection of acting awards, Miss Watson has also made a name for herself in the fashion world and won Best British Style at the 2014 British Fashion Awards. Description from redbrick.me. I searched for this on bing.com/images