Waving the sustainable fashion flag once more, Livia Firth, wore a red Valentino gown made of recycled polyester sourced from plastic bottles to the recent prestigious 2012 event.
In 2009, Livia Firth, together with Brit journalist Lucy Siegle, founded the Green Carpet Challenge, vowing to only wear eco-friendly dresses to all red carpet events, and with it, raise the profile for ecological and social justice within the fashion industry.
Supporting his wife's challenge, Livia's husband, Oscar winning actor Colin Firth, wore the same Tom Ford wool tux he wore to last year's ceremony, a usual no-no for any movie star.
Joining the Green Carpet Challenge this year, Meryl Streep wore Lanvin's first ever custom made eco gown. Her gold, full-length gown was made from Eco Certified Fabric.
Three cheers for an ever-so-slightly greener red carpet this year!