It seems Harry Potter star Emma Watson has some hot competition in the fashion stakes.
Step forward Bonnie Wright, who plays Harry's love interest and future wife Ginny Weasley in the hit films.
While her on-screen attire is more comfortable cardigans and brown corduroys, in reality the 18-year-old actress is on top of her game when it comes to dress sense.
Fashionista: Bonnie Wright, who plays Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter films, strikes an altogether more stylish look in a new fashion shoot
But Bonnie says she is also keen to make a style statement, and would love to front some campaigns for Prada or Miu Miu.
However the redhead will not even concede to a bit of old-fashioned on-set female fashion rivalry with Emma.
'We swap tips and talk about collections we’ve liked,’ Bonnie told Grazi magazine. 'But there’s no rivalry - we just wear what we need to for the scene.'
Bonnie pictured (L) at the London premiere of the Halfblood Prince in a Miu Miu frock and (R) for the New York opening dressed in a Prada outfit
‘I wanted two totally different looks,’ she said. ‘Miu Miu is more of a fun, London, fashion-forward idea and for New York it was more elegant.
'I see the red carpet as an opportunity to show people the real me. My character is perceived as the mousy younger sister and it’s nice to break away from that - but it took me such a long time to decide what to wear.'
Geeky: Bonnie, seen here far left as Ginny Weasley in the latest film with Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson
The rising star, whose character marries Harry Potter in the final book Deathly Hallows, is currently waiting on her A-level results.
And like Emma, who is set to study an arts degree in America, she is also planning on further education and plans to study film and TV at London’s University of the Arts.
Girl about town: Emma, the face of Burberry, in one of her shoots for the fashion house
‘I grew up in a creative environment,’ she added. ‘Everyone around me had their own project – no one had a 9-to-5 job.’
Only four Potter books had been written when Bonnie was cast as Ginny, so she had no idea that hers was to become such an important role.
The only person who knew was author JK Rowling.
‘She gave me a hint a while back,’ recalled Bonnie, who shares her first on-screen kiss with Daniel Radcliffe in the latest film, The Halfblood Prince.
'I was pretty shocked when I found out I would end up marrying Harry.'
- The full interview appears in Grazia magazine, on sale now.