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Livia Firth Rocks The Bamboo At 'Single Man' Paris Premiere

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Livia Firth, wife of actor Colin Firth, has added yet another outfit to her “Green Carpet Challenge” for Vogue UK.

The Italian film producer has challenged herself to wear only ethical and sustainable fashions on the red carpet this award season. Last month, she stunned the Golden Globes with a gorgeous upcycled Christiana Couture wedding dress. For the Paris Premiere of Colin Firth’s new film A Single Man, she chose a Linda Loudermilk black suit with 50/50 bamboo and wool herringbone. “Linda Loudermilk’s office tell me this is a fabric from a source they have used for years,” she writes. “It is also certified by the Oeko-Tex label that evaluates environmental impact, global impact, fossil fuel use and local impact assessment.”

You can check out the full post here — but we’re already looking forward to what Livia’s got lined up next!

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