Green Carpet Fashion Awards 2019

Livia Firth Green Carpet Fashion Awards

The Green Carpet Fashion Awards, Italia, celebrates the best in sustainable fashion.

GCFA 2019 is an initiative by Eco Age’s Livia Firth and is in its third edition of celebrating the best in sustainable fashion.

The Green Carpet Fashion Awards, Italia 2019

Open – – – – – – The highlights from The Green Carpet Fashion Awards, Italia 2019, hosted by Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana in collaboration with Eco-Age. – – – – – – Find out more:

Source: Eco Age

This year’s Awards were hosted by Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana and Eco-Age on 22nd September 2019, and reflected the commitment of fashion houses to sustainability, as they work to embrace rapid change while preserving the heritage and authenticity of small-scale producers. Held at Teatro alla Scala during Milan Fashion Week, the GCFA highlights the Handprint of Fashion.

Let’s have a look at the Winners!

The GCFA Legacy Award – Valentino Garavani

The GCFA Groundbreaker Award – Stella McCartney 

The Social Media Changemaker Award – Doutzen Kroes

The Franca Sozzani GCFA Award for Best Emerging Designer – Flavia La Rocca 

The GCFA Visionary Award – Francois Henri-Pinault, chairman and CEO of Kering Group

The Eco Stewardship Award – The Association of Venetian Gondoliers 

The GCFA Circular Economy Award – Healthy Seas 

The CMNI in Recognition of Sustainability Award – Max Mara and Zegna

The GCFA Award for Technology and Innovation – SprintItaly and SICIT

The Responsible Disruption Award –  I Was a Sari

The GCFA North Star Award –  NYU Stern Centre for Business and Human Rights and The Union of Concerned Researchers in Fashion

The Art of Craftsmanship Award – Pino Grasso 

Interesting Facts:

  1. The Iconic Green Carpet was made by Econyl
  2. Event host Livia Firth wore a 2014 silver gown by Armani Prive that had been brought out from the archives specially for the occasion. And spouse Colin Firth wore his old Tom Ford Tuxedo, promoting #30Wears.
  3. Established in 2009, the Green Carpet Challenges encourages celebs & designers to walk the green carpet in ethically made garments. You can browse through all the amazing looks here and finally bust the myth that Sustainable clothes cannot look glamorous!

Side Note: We Love Livia Firth’s passion and tireless commitment to make fashion sustainable! ♥️

All photos by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for Eco-Age.

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