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Oscar's Green Carpet: FOOD, Inc Director Robert Kenner Goes Organic

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We had a sneak peek late last week of FOOD, Inc director Robert Kenner’s organic tux from Loomstate — and now we finally get to see him in it. (pictured, center)

The tuxedo was custom designed using 100% organic fabric and was hand-made in the U.S.A. This is the first American crafted organic tux ever to be made for the Oscars. “Dressing Robert Kenner for this honorable occasion is truly relevant for Loomstate. Food and fashion sustain our lives in the most unifying way, we could not chose a more important film maker to wear our clothes today,” said Scott Mackinlay Hahn, Co-Founder of Loomstate.

We congratulate Kenner on his sustainable choice for the Oscars — and hope the trends takes off for others in Hollywood.

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