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SAG Awards: Eco-Fashions Grace The Red Carpet

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We told you about Natalie Portman‘s eco-friendly ensemble that she wore to the 2011 Golden Globes, and now we’re bringing you the SAG Awards edition!

The Black Swan actress won another award for her brilliant performance, and showed off her blooming baby bump in a white Azzaro gown with crystal and sequin embellishments. A black Roger Vivier satin clutch (also an eco-muse to Livia Firth) and black sandals complimented the look, along with $2 million worth of Tiffany & Co. jewelry.

“I don’t want to advertise that. I feel like someone might come chop my ears off or something. I need my ears,” the 29-year-old joked.

While PETA darling and fellow vegan, Lea Michele, also wowed in white, with a stunning crepe de chine embroidered Oscar de la Renta gown. And though Michele opted for Sergio Rossi heels and a Daniel Swarovski crystal clutch, it seems that vegan minds really do think alike, as the Glee star also shimmered in nearly $1 million in Tiffany & Co. jewels.

No word yet on exactly how green and eco-friendly these pieces were, or whether or not Livia Firth showed off any green labels for the ceremony, but we’re thinking our favorite celebs represented our animal friendly cause. We will keep you posted!

Also, check out E! online talking with Portman about her outfit below.

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