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Kellan Lutz To Walk The Oscars Red Carpet in Eco-Tux

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Actor and model, Kellan Lutz, is scheduled to wear the first ever sustainable tuxedo to the 86th annual Academy Awards ceremony. The custom threads will be designed by Suzy Amis Cameron’s eco-fashion campaign, Red Carpet Green Dress, and we’re sure the hunky “Legend of Hercules” star will wear it well.

The winning tuxedo design was created by contest winner Jomnarn Dul from New Zealand’s iconic menswear brand, H Brothers, to celebrate Red Carpet Green Dress’ 5th anniversary. Dul said she was inspired by will.i.am’s style when creating the tuxedo design, which will be constructed out of recycled materials.

In anticipation of Oscar night, Lutz said, “I’m honored to have been asked to participate in this milestone year of Red Carpet Green Dress, and I look forward to wearing Dul’s winning design for H Brothers to the Oscars next month.” Add this to the list of evidence that proves cruelty-free living doesn’t have to mean a life of deprivation and can actually be quite chic as well as honorable.

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VIA The Hollywood Reporter

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