Conscious stars begin to wear their clothes

The case of Greta Tunberg lives on – now the topic of ecology is discussed not only at economic summits, but also at social events. At the Oscars, Joaquin Phoenix appeared in an old Stella McCartney tuxedo, and many stars supported his initiative.

In 2020, the theme of ecology is more acute than ever. Celebrities decided to listen to the activists and when choosing outfits for the Oscars showed such a fashionable awareness today.

Jane Fonda at the Cannes Film Festival in 2014

82-year-old Jane Fonda announced the winner in the main nomination “Best Film”. The actress went on stage in a red sparkling dress Elie Saab, in which she was at the Cannes Film Festival in 2014.

Jane Fonda at the Oscars in 2020

The foundation has been an ardent eco-activist for many years – she was repeatedly arrested for participating in pickets against climate change. In November 2019, a two-time Oscar winner announced that she would never shop at boutiques again. Her last purchase was a red coat, in which she came for a film award.

Elizabeth Banks at the Oscars afterparty in 2004

Elizabeth Banks repeated her image 16 years ago. The scarlet Badgley Mischka dress looked great on the actress both then and now.

Elizabeth Banks at the Oscar afterparty in 2020

25-year-old Sirsha Ronan did something more original – she … altered her Gucci dress with BAFTA. Such is an example of unexpected secondary use, worthy of imitation. True, the outfit turned out to be more environmentally friendly than beautiful, but we believe that over time, celebrities will find a middle ground.

Penelope Cruz (1995 Chanel)

Perhaps the easiest way to minimize the damage from social life is to choose vintage outfits. So, Margot Robbie appeared in a couture dress Chanel 1994, Penelope Cruz – 1995. Kim Kardashian preferred the outfit Alexander Mcqueen, created in 2003. Lily Aldridge wore a 2013 Ralph Lauren dress.

Saoirse Ronan used her BAFTA dress to create an Oscar outfit 1 of 13

On the carpet there were many outfits created from recycled materials, as well as sewn with brands that care about nature and urged to slow down the pace of production. Caitlin Dever and Lea Seydoux posed in eco-friendly outfits.

February 10, 2020 · Text: Katerina Nekrasova · Photo: Getty Images,, Shutterstock /