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Met Gala 2017 Favorites “ReiKawakubo”

I really pay attention to this event in hopes that my favorite celebrity will opt for something ethical, sustainable, or repurposed. After searching all night I haven’t found anyone yet, hopefully, some ethical designers will unveil their design this week. 


Did you catch what Gisele Bündchen wore? She walked the carpet at the in a bespoke gown for the crafted from organic silk and glass-bead by Stella McCartney (made entirely out of sustainable materials)

Livia Firth of GCC-EcoAge‘s  gown at the  was made from leaves?

Talk about eco fashion at it’s shiniest. 

Future WINS for being both on theme and sustainable 

Future getting help with the bow tie for his organic silk shirt. Bobby Wesley Williams, his stylist, right, persuaded him to wear an H&M suit.

Future rocked a made-to-measure look by Swedish H&M for the 71st annual Met Gala.

“We wanted to pay tribute to [Rei] Kawakubo in our own way, by focusing on themes that are always present in her work,” says Pernilla Wohlfahrt, who serves as H&M’s head of design. The duo had a series of “amazing” creative talks about possible fabric options, custom design possibilities and played with the themes present in Comme des Garçons collections while staying true to Future’s personal style, to develop his eye-catching red carpet outfit.”

His look was of classic updated tailcoat. The outfit is made with a blend of wool and the sustainable materials of organic silk and Tencel. By embellishing the back with a hand-embroidered black skull and a red Swarovski crystal heart, showcases a bit of his style with an inspired Rei look, on his tall slip frame.

Vevers and Young were the ones to create and style Selena Gomez for the Met Gala. They went for an effortless and easy look, focusing on Selena’s elements and what she loves. They worked together to create an elegantly detailed dress the two used vintage lace found around New York City, making this dress sustainable and ethical. The beading elements to the piece perfectly mimic Coach’s prints, while also playing up the nostalgic vintage inspired looks from the 30’s.

I did enjoy Liu Wen’s outfit that looked like it was made of recycled denim.

For now, here are my favorite picks of the rockstars who stuck with the theme. 

My favorite “Comme des Garçon”

Helen Lasichanh


Sofia Sanchez

Other Theme like styles 

Solange Knowles in Thom Browne

Zendaya in Dolce and Gabbana

Victoria Beckham Champions Sustainable Fashion At London Fashion Week Green Carpet Challenge Party

Victoria Beckham made her first London Fashion Week appearance of the season at a party to champion sustainable fashion.


Beckham attended the Green Carpet Challenge BAFTA Night To Remember event on Sunday 18 September.


The event was hosted by Livia Firth, as part of her Green Carpet Challenge campaign.


LONDON, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 18: Laura Jackson attends the Green Carpet Challenge 2016 BAFTA Night to Remember on September 18, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by David M. Benett/Getty Images for Eco-Age)


“This event brings together a brilliant group of leaders with sustainable values from the creative industries,” she said. “I hope it will inspire, delight and continue to show that sustainability is the most magical and show-stopping story in fashion”.


During the evening Firth unveiled an exhibition of vintage couture gowns unearthed by William Vintage founder William Banks-Blaney, The gowns, including pieces by Hubert de Givenchy, John Galliano and Alexander McQueen, were shown on the world’s first biodegradable mannequins.


LONDON, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 18: Amanda Berry attends the Green Carpet Challenge 2016 BAFTA Night to Remember on September 18, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by David M. Benett/Getty Images for Eco-Age)


Firth explained that the solution to our fast fashion problem is “very simple”. “Buy less and get more ‘fashion mileage’ out of each piece,” she wrote. “Buy heritage pieces that will last. Become an active citizen through your wardrobe.


“This is why I love fashion. It truly empowers you. But only when it allows you to carry beautiful stories woven into stunning clothes.”


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