Actress Gina Rodriguez wore a dress made out of eco-friendly materials on the red carpet at the 87th Annual Academy Awards, last night.
Livia Firth kicked off this season’s Green Carpet Challenge at the Golden Globes on Sunday when she accompanied her husband, Colin, in an sustainable silk gown.
H&M has appointed Olivia Wilde to be the new face of its environmentally sustainable “Conscious Exclusive” collection. The line’s third celebrity spokeswoman, the Hollywood actress suceeds supermodel Amber Valletta, who in turn inherited the role from French singer-actress Vanessa Paradis in 2013.
Actress Maisie Williams, who plays the scrappy Arya Stark in the HBO hit Game of Thrones, arrived at Entertainment Weekly’s annual San Diego Comic-Con party on Sunday wearing a gown made out of recycled comic books.
The Ekocycle Cube 3D printer from 3D Systems uses filament made in part from recycled PET bottles.
All eyes on “Raw for the Oceans”. Earlier this year we told you about the collaborative effort between Dutch label G-Star Raw, musican Pharrell Williams’s Bionic Yarn eco-textile firm, and the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society’s Project Vortex, the fashion capsule is the first denim-based one to incorporate fibers derived from salvaged ocean plastic.
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Actress, Social Entrepreneur and Environmentalist Lily Cole adds ‘Shoe Designer’ to her title as she launches her first trainer collection with sustainable brand Veja, as part of her work as ambassador for Sky Rainforest Rescue.
Actress Olga Kurylenko will have the honor of walking the red carpet at the 86th annual Academy Awards on March 2nd for Red Carpet Green Dress. Kurylenko’s gown will be the sustainable vision of contest winner Alice Elia, a student of ESMOD in Paris, where she is currently being mentored through dress construction by the college’s couture team.
Kellan Lutz will be wearing the Red Carpet Green Dress Challenge’s first winning sustainable tuxedo – designed by New Zealand designer Jomnarn Dul – down the red carpet on Oscar night, 02 March 2014.