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Oscar Fashion: Livia Firth In Upcycled Gary Harvey Gown

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The big reveal finally happened!

Livia Firth debuted her absolutely stunning Gary Harvey gown at the 83 Academy Awards this evening — an incredible 11 reclaimed dresses in one.

As mentioned earlier, Harvey used only pieces from the era of “The King’s Speech”, the film for which husband Colin Firth is nominated for a Best Actor award.

“Gary is all about authenticity so wanted to be sure we get the right fabrics and the right vibe,” she wrote earlier on her Vogue UK blog. “Every element – including zips, corsetry and the original toiles – is recycled. The only thing that we’ve used that is new is the thread that actually stitches the dress together.”

Beautiful! In addition, Livia also wore the world’s first certified fairtrade gold from jewelry designer Anna Loucha.

More gorgeous photos of the famous couple getting ready over at the Vogue UK site here.

photo credit: Jason Olive

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