Is sustainable fashion taking over the red carpet events? ‘Red carpet’ events such as the Golden Globe and the Oscars are always critical occasions for the world celebrities to ‘dress to impress’ and raise awareness.
The Golden Globe Awards 2018 remains one of those special occasions that brought awareness on the practices of the industry. #TimesUp and #AskHerMore apparel – aimed at protesting against sexual harassment at work.
Creations that reminded the world we all have a duty to protect animals and subtle message regarding the ecological disaster the industry is causing.
But, you might wonder, why are we reflecting on an event that has occurred two years ago?
Because the industry needs to change to appeal to future generations and the 2018 GG awards symbolise the dawn of a new era, and the start of a new change.
Millie Bobby Brown
The young ‘Stranger Things’ star wore a stunning dress and a pair of shoes, both hand-crafted by Calvin Klein.
Millie’s message was that the world of fashion must pay attention to artisan-made clothing. This is the only way to support and preserve traditional craftsmanship techniques.
Claire has arrived at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards wearing a beautiful pantsuit designed by the queen of conscious fashion, Stella McCartney.
This fashion statement was made from Spider Silk, as an open message to those who continue to ignore animal suffering for fashion.
A creation of Bolt Threads, this revolutionary material has the desired physical qualities expected from traditional silk but is totally cruelty-free.
Although not having many recent movie roles, Hong’s brilliant performance in Downsizing (2019) had her nominated for the Golden Globe Award and brought her to the red carpet.
During the ceremony, Hong has been wearing a black gown, also designed by Stella McCartney that looked equally amazing as her performance in Downsizing movie.
The former TV presenter who has turned into an accessories entrepreneur wore a stunning black vintage YSL dress at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards.
Wearing vintage and upcycled is becoming a new luxury trend, and arguably one of the most sustainable practices in the industry.
The daughter of Dwayne’ The Rock’ Johnson, has also attended the Golden Globe Awards in 2018. She wore a beautiful corset-bodice black dress designed by Fabiana Milazzo.
Simone’s choice for an environmentally and socially responsible designer stems from her desire to bring back the media’s attention to the designer’s choice for sustainable fabrics and donations of unused material to be upcycled into children’s clothing.
The former Olympic figure skating Champion still wins at the Golden Globe Awards with her black, simple, sophisticated dress picked by Dress The Population.
Dress The Population is an American accessible luxury dress company that addresses all concerns in the fashion industry.
It is fairtrade, eco-conscious and donates 50% of its proceeds to charity.
More famous for her acting in ‘Desperate Housewives’ and ‘Young and Restless’, Eva’s active work towards sustainable and conscious fashion was seen once again at 2018 Golden Globe Awards.
Eva’s black velvet, long sleeve-custom made gown by Genny was a stark reminder that the fashion industry must create better working conditions.
The protagonist of many critically acclaimed roles, the British actress needs no introduction. Emma attended the Golden Globe awards in a dress designed by Ronald van der Kemp.
The Dutch designer is raising awareness of the need to consider and support Syrian and African refugees residing in the Netherlands as a core value of his fashion label.
It seems that the 2018 award has created a new trend of conversations through the creations of conscious fashion apparel and we wonder, what’s this year going to bring? What do you think?