The Best Looks from The Green Carpet Fashion Awards

The Best Looks from The Green Carpet Fashion Awards

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The Best Looks from The Green Carpet Fashion Awards

Is it any surprise that Zendaya absolutely killed it?

Is it any surprise that Zendaya absolutely killed it?

Text: Juliana Bakumenko

Celebrating the best in sustainable fashion since 2017, Eco Age’s Green Carpet Fashion Awards held a virtual ceremony to honor those in fashion who are committed to sustainable efforts in their work as well as the fashion industry as a whole.

With an introduction from Robert Downey Jr., narration by Colin Firth, and a few special musical performances, the night was filled with fashion elite and film favorites alike, all coming together to promote hope for a sustainable future. Speakers and honorees were virtually broadcast against a lush backdrop of thriving flora and fauna, a beautiful image of what our world could look like if major industries, including the fashion industry, recognized and cut down on their negative ecological impacts.

Colin Firth at the GCFAs 2020

The GCFAs brought together those are fighting for a better future and a healthier environment, calling for major change so that we can all inhabit this Earth together for centuries to come. One of the first steps in this is recognizing the efforts that have been made, and what more we can all do.

And with this digital ceremony, the GCFAs invited public figures from around the world to dress up for the night and share videos and images of themselves emphasizing the importance of sustainability in fashion. You can find more of these on the Digital Green Carpet, which also includes profiles on past Green Carpet looks such as Dakota Johnson’s award look in 2017 and Adut Akech’s award look in 2019.

Celeste performing at the GCFAs 2020

This year, the GCFAs honored Zendaya with a Visionary Award for her work in film as well as fashion, recognizing her dedication to inclusion and progress in both. Her award was presented by another industry trailblazer, model and activist Bethann Hardison.¬†Looking stunningly regal, Hardison spoke to Zendaya’s accomplishments in promoting diversity, and the absolutely darling Zendaya channeled a bit of the ’90s in her look, while noting the importance of sustainability in our world.

Bethann Hardison at the GCFAs 2020

Zendaya at the GCFAs 2020

The GCFAs Independent Designer award was introduced by Maisie Williams, rocking a stylish mullet and a bold red lip to compliment a tan blazer. Williams presented the award to Sindiso Khumalo, a sustainable designer, not to mention 2020 LVMH Prize Finalist, based in Cape Town. The accomplished young designer donned one of her own lovely designs, speaking on the importance of weaving sustainability into fashion and looking toward a better future for us all.

Maisie Williams at the GCFAs 2020

Sindiso Khumalo at the GCFAs 2020

The night also featured moments from ethereal icon Iman, South African actress and activist Nomzamo Mbatha, British racing driver Lewis Hamilton, and other fashion personnel. Everyone looked stylish and elegant as they emphasized the need for sustainability and eco-conscious efforts in every industry, especially in fashion, encouraging designers and brands to fully embrace sustainability going forward.

Nomzamo Mbatha at the GCFAs 2020

Lewish Hamilton at the GCFAs 2020

Iman at the GCFAs 2020

Watch here for a closer look at the awards show and check out the Digital Green Carpet to learn more about gorgeous, sustainably made clothes worn by your favorites.

Credits: Visuals Courtesy of Green Carpet Fashion Awards


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