Green Carpet at the Golden Globes

Since Suzy Amis Cameron has just made the final call for submissions to her Red Carpet, Green Dress Challenge for this year’s Oscars and we are patiently awaiting the moment where we can gawk at Hollywood’s elite dawning the most eco-fabulous black tie ensembles, we can momentarily feast our eyes on the looks that won the red carpet this weekend. Honoring some of the year’s best in television and movies, The Golden Globes was also a showcase for flawless – and sustainable – fashion. While they don’t give out trophies (yet) for best dressed, here are some celebrities who stole the show with their consciously curated, eco-friendly red carpet looks.

Best Actress winner Julianna Moore sparkled in these Chopard stud earrings. Committed to ethical excellence, this jeweler is partnered with the Responsible Jewelry Council, the Kimberley Process, and the World Diamond Council to ensure it’s resources are all accountable and are obtained without causing any human rights violations or environmental degradation. Efforts like this apply more pressure on the industry as a whole to follow suit, and keeps business transparent.

Photo courtesy of Huffington Post
Photo courtesy of Huffington Post

Of course, creative director of Eco-Age and wife to actor Colin Firth, Livia Firth, wore the night’s most talked about gown, a sustainable silk number by Erdem. Firth is famous for being a sustainable business advocate and always makes a point to wear an eco-friendly gown while attending red carpet events, giving her the nickname, “Queen of the Green Carpet.”

Photo courtesy of E Online
Photo courtesy of E Online

Also sporting Chopard that night was the legendary Helen Mirren, letting the diamonds and rubies drip from her ears as she glowed in front of the cameras. Chopard spends as much time ensuring the factories that manufacture its products are of the highest standards as it does the jewels themselves; from the building’s construction to the carefully monitored production line inside, everything is of the highest ecological certification, right down to the packaging of the goods.

Photo Courtesy of The Hollywood Reporter
Photo Courtesy of The Hollywood Reporter

Allison Beauregard

Allison is a New York City based writer with a focus on sustainability. Her work demonstrates how it is possible to have the “things” that make us happy without compromising the resources that provide these goods. With this vision, Allison sees a future where environmental degradation is reversed and the quality of human life is equally distributed. She is the Category Editor of The Franklin Report and was among the top 5 contributors for Elephant Journal in October 2014.

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