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Golden Globes Fashion: Livia Firth In Hand Dyed Indigo Peace Silk

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As mentioned earlier, Livia Firth hit the 2011 Golden Globe Awards by wearing a hand dyed indigo “peace silk” gown by Tennessee native Jeff Garner of Prophetik.

“I am happy to report that the dress fitted really well and I thought the romance and elegance that I’d originally spotted in Jeff’s design translated beautifully into this Peace Silk gown,” she wrote on her Vogue UK “Green Carpet Challenge” site.

With husband Colin bringing home the Best Actor award for “The King’s Speech”, Livia was naturally smitten with glee. “When Colin won I thought we were in a dream,” she said.

Check out some additional pics of Livia and her gown over at Vogue UK.

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