Emma WatsonThis British actress made her international debut as Harry Potter's precocious, frizzy-haired sidekick, Hermione Granger, in 2001's 'Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.'

Fast forward 10 years and Emma Watson has come a long way from the awkward nine-year-old we met onscreen, ditching her curly tendrils for a chic pixie cut and ditching her role as a teenage sorcery prodigy to become the face of Burberry and Lancome.

The 21-year-old will say goodbye to Hermione for good this summer when 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2,' the last in the epic franchise, is released in July. But it's clear from her latest photo shoot with Vogue that this newly-anointed fashion icon kissed that phase of her life goodbye a long time ago. Her short hair slicked back and her lips painted vampire red, Watson talked to Vogue about love, Patti Smith and finding herself after 'Harry Potter.'