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Olga Kurylenko Set To Wear Eco-Friendly Dress At Oscars

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There has been a lot of buzz around the 86th Annual Academy Awards and its earth-friendly characteristics: from a plant-based dish being offered at the Oscar after party, to swag bags filled with meal donations for shelter dogs and eco-fashion being worn by some of Hollywood’s hottest stars.

Eco-friendly fashion is taking center stage this year with Kellan Lutz donning a sustainable tuxedo, and now Olga Kurylenko, “Vampire Academy” starlet, will be walking down the red carpet in an eco-friendly gown. With so much attention and emphasis placed on who wore what best, eco-friendly red carpet fashion is a fantastic way to bring attention to sustainable living.

“What a privilege it will be to wear Alice’s gorgeous design on the red carpet for the campaign’s fifth year, which is such a milestone for Suzy and everyone involved,” comments Kurylenko. “It’s a great honor to have been asked.”

The Red Carpet Green Dress challenge, created by Suzy Amis Cameron, announced the news on Wednesday, and the winning dress design was submitted by Alice Elia, French fashion design student. We can’t wait to see what ensembles the stars choose this Sunday, but our eco-friendly excitement has us on the edge of our seats waiting to see Lutz and Kurylenko sashay down that red carpet in sustainable wear.

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VIA LA Times 

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