Many fashion pieces have gone down in history. This is the case of this two-tone dress worn by Emma Watson during the Met Gala ceremony in 2016. The actress appeared wearing a recyclable plastic dress branded Calvin Klein. The star dressed her black bustier with asymmetric straps and black pants with a corset and a long white train. Radiant and radiant, the star walked the red carpet with this outfit made mostly from plastic bottles.
“Every part of this beautiful dress has been produced in accordance with sustainable development, even the components that you cannot see. The zippers are made from recycled materials, the black inner bustier is made from organic cotton. Organic silk used for the lining of my dress is certified according to a standard guaranteeing production that respects social and environmental ethics, ”Emma Watson said on her Facebook account. What is certain is that by arriving dressed like this, the actress perfectly respected the theme of the ceremony which was “Hands x machine: fashion in the age of technology”.
Emma Watson: a dress to fight waste
In 2016, the charity gala questioned the impact of technology on fashion. A perfect theme for Emma Watson, who is known for her environmental commitments. The young woman therefore decided to go all out that evening. “The fashion industry is the second biggest source of pollution in the world. It has a huge environmental and human impact. I can’t just settle for a nice dress, I want to make sure that it will not have negative consequences on the planet, ”she explained in an interview with CNN. There is no doubt, this dress will forever be in the fashion pantheon.
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