On our minds: Sustainable gala gear

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by adakallgren on 6 March, 2016

On our minds: Ethical gala gear

Though Leonardo DiCaprio made the strongest vocal stance for environmental conservation at the Oscars, it was Lily Cole, Sophie Turner and Michael Fassbender who best supported the cause with their gala gear. The three actors sported garments initiated by Suzy Amis Cameron’s Red Carpet Green Dress and Livia Firth’s Green Carpet Challenge; both projects with the purpose to raise the profile of ethical and sustainable fashion through celebrities and designer collaborations at red carpet events. We especially loved Lily Cole’s recycled plastic bottle number, designed by Vivienne Westwood. Read more here.


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