07 Feb A Lesson in Sustainable Fashion: 2020 BAFTA Red (Hot) Carpet Looks
Sustainable Fashion: 2020 BAFTA Sets an Eco-Friendly Dress Code – The 73rd Annual British Academy Film Awards took place on Sunday, February 2nd. Any awards show is an oasis of fashion intrigue. Still, this show proved so, perhaps more than others. That’s because of a notable dress code guideline for all in attendance: “dress sustainably.” The London College of Fashion encouraged attendees to dress vintage, recycle a previously worn outfit, rent, or buy from eco-friendly designers.
Sustainable Fashion: 2020 BAFTA Lineup Proves “Green” Can Be Gorgeous
As it turns out, several actresses were not only up to the challenge but ready to rock the red carpet. Here are InStyle’s top 5 sustainable looks of the evening:
- Florence Pugh wearing Dries van Noten – Pink and black offset one another in this edgy, yet distinctly feminine piece.
2. Emilia Clarke wearing Schiaparelli Haute Couture – Elegant beadwork shines subtly against a form-fitting silhouette.
3. Greta Gerwig (designer unknown) – Chic velvet adds a touch of old-world class, while beaded straps sparkle and shine.
4. Laura Dern in Valentino Haute Couture – A beaded bodice punches up a flowy, A-line silhouette.
5. Lily Rose-Depp in Chanel Haute Couture – A sheer lace overlay creates a smokescreen in inky black.
Looking for tips on how to rock your own eco-friendly spring wardrobe? Then be sure to check out our article on shopping more sustainably (and why what you buy matters).