Actor and sustainable style hero Emma Watson wears all-ethical outfit at UN General Assembly

On our minds is actor-turned-sustainable-style-hero Emma Watson and her recent outfit at the United Nations General Assembly. Ahead of her speech, the UN Women Global Goodwill Ambassador turned to ethical e-tailer Zady to dress her up in bespoke pieces manufactured according to the company’s “The New Standard”. Made from materials and fabrics sourced from ethical co-operatives and family-run businesses with high sustainable credentials, the black turtleneck and beige pencil skirt she wore are part of a capsule collection which will be available for sale through Zady’s website. The celebrity has previously worn a dress made from recycled plastic bottles at the Met Gala (which was on show at the fourth Green Carpet Challenge celebration earlier this month, on the world’s first ever biodegradable mannequin) and co-designed a collection for fair trade label People Tree. Read more here.


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