Golden Globes 2012: Giorgio Armani and the Green Carpet Challenge

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Thanks to Livia Firth, Colin Firth’s wife, Giorgio Armani has made his first foray into sustainable fashion design. Livia Firth, who is the creative director of eco-consulting group Eco Age Ltd. in London, is wearing an Armani gown created out of fabric made from recycled bottles to the Golden Globes this evening.

The Firths hosted a brunch Saturday at the Soho House in West Hollywood to introduce this year’s Green Carpet Challenge collection of one-of-a-kind sustainable gowns by Armani, Tom Ford, Alberta Ferretti and others. The project is in its third year.


-- Booth Moore


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