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Sunday's Golden Globes Red Carpet Will Be Quite Green

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Livia and Colin Firth via Vogue UK
At the Golden Globes this Sunday, be prepared to see lots of green. As in, sustainable gowns for Livia Firth's third annual Green Carpet Challenge. Firth herself will be wearing a Giorgio Armani gown made of eco-friendly fabrics, and the red carpet will also feature sustainable dresses from Chanel, Alberta Ferretti, Tom Ford, Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Stella McCartney, Paul Smith, Valentino, Roger Vivier, and Ermenegildo Zegna.

Previous eco-friendly looks Firth has worn include the gown she wore in 2009 that was made from old, recycled Tom Ford suits from husband Colin Firth.
· Seeing Green, Not Red: Green Carpet Challenge Returns [WWD]