Cannes Green Carpet: Celebrities Wearing Sustainable Fashion


Haute couture means everything fashionable, edgy and aesthetically rich, celebrities love to ace their dressing game and take it a notch higher with dazzling designer couture. Red Carpet is all about stealing the spotlight, however, this year, Green Carpet will rule the Cannes Fashion Week. Celebrities are always in search of the perfect glamorous and most scintillating outfits that will raise the mercury, however, there are some environment-conscious celebs too who love to dress up in sustainable clothing. 2018 Cannes Film Festival witnessed the opening with Cate Blanchett in a sustainable black floor-length designer gown. Let’s see who others are involved in this serious business of sustainable fashion.

Cate Blanchett

The English blonde, Blanchett who is also an international jury member reused her finery from the Golden Globes Awards 2016 for the opening night of Cannes Film Festival 2018. She recycled her favourite noir-esque gown and wore it with panache at the gala soiree. Supporting the cause of Livia Firth’s sustainable fashion initiative, she will be seen talking and draping the sustainable fashion clothing to many such events.

Emma Watson

The Potterhead who is known for her candid opinions and feminist beliefs dressed up in a recycled gown with a long trail. It is believed that her dress is recycled using plastic bottles and the actress boldly stood up to support the cause. Where the world is ceaselessly exploiting its natural resources, one must be judicious in other factors.

Lupita Nyong

Here is what the fashion diva donned at the Cannes Film Festival 2016, Lupita was a vision in green as she dolled up in a plunging neckline green thigh-high slit gown. Giving other celebs a run for the money, Lupita Nyong's couture was sustainably curated and jade sequin dress with velvet straps was enough to attract the eyeballs. It truly reflected the Green Carpet campaign.

Julianne Moore

Who said sustainable jewelry is not a thing. Chopard meticulously researched, designed and decoded the beauty of sustainable jewelry. Julianne wore the ethnic emeralds at the Cannes Red Carpet and channelled the stunning siren in her. The gorgeous bijoux that are beautiful inside and out are fairly and ethically mined.

Image Courtesy: 1. Daily Mail, 2. Telegraph, 3. Hello Giggles, 4. Hollywood Reporter; The Conscious Collective (Featured Image) 

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