In celebration of earth-friendly fashion, Suzy Amis Cameron hosted her sixth annual Red Carpet Green Dress party, sponsored by Audi and upscale eco e-boutique luxandeco.com, at the Chateau Marmont on Thursday.
Guests at the pre-Oscars event included director James Cameron (Amis Cameron's husband); actor Eric Olsen; actress Maggie Grace with new fiancé Matthew Cooke; "The Artist" actress Missi Pyle, who wore a Red Carpet Green Dress gown to the Oscars in 2012; and "American Sniper's" Jake McDorman, who wore this year's winning tuxedo to the 87th Academy Awards on Sunday.
Tingting Chen, a fashion student at ESMOD-ISEM in Paris, created the winning tuxedo design, and it was made from eco-friendly fabrics including deadstock wool and silk.
Fellow ESMOD-ISEM student Manon Gabard designed the eco-friendly silk gown worn to the Oscars by "Jane The Virgin" star Gina Rodriguez.
At the party, models debuted the "No Red Carpet Needed" collection of eco-friendly dresses created with local sustainable fashion brand Reformation and inspired by previous Red Carpet Green Dress Oscar gowns. The dresses ($68-$328) are available at the Reformation boutique in West Hollywood and at thereformation.com.
Twenty-five percent of sales are to be donated to Muse School CA, a nonprofit educational organization co-founded in 2006 by Amis Cameron and her sister Rebecca Amis.