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Bradley Cooper Goes Green in Eco Tux for Golden Globes

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Livia Firth scored quite the name for her first Green Carpet Challenge award show of the season.

Bradley Cooper, nominated for best actor in a musical or comedy for his role in “Silver Linings Playbook”, is wearing an eco tux by Tom Ford.

See the full image of the star below.

An excited Firth tweeted, “#BradleyCooper doing a fantastic job kickstarting #GCC2013 #Goldenglobes http://ow.ly/gMcr9 #EcoTux is going down a storm!”

Cooper isn’t the first big name male celeb to take part in Firth’s Green Carpet Challenge. Previous dapper fellows include Javier Bardem and Colin Firth. We think he looks fantastic. Who knows. In a few hours he might be up on stage accepting an award in that tux.

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  • What a fantastic thing to see! The more A-Listers strut their stuff in ecoware, the more people will realise that environmentalism is an issue we can all get behind.

    And it really does not mean being a radical. A simple fashion or consumable choice will do the trick.

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