The Green Carpet Collections

Eco-Age has a track record of producing high profile events to showcase innovative and ground-breaking collections with global brands and designers

A Green Carpet Challenge BAFTA Night to Remember
Eco-Age united with BAFTA, WilliamVintage and the British Fashion Council to bring ‘A Night To Remember’ hosted by Colin Firth, Keira Knightley, Anna Wintour, Natalie Massenet, Livia Firth, Amanda Berry, William Vintage and the Metropolitan Museum of New York Fashion Institute curator Andrew Bolton with Andrea & Guido Bonaveri.
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The London Green Carpet Collection by Erdem
The London 2015 Green Carpet Collection by ERDEM was launched with an exclusive event at The Wallace Collection. The London-based designer worked alongside Eco-Age to create his first complete collection in accordance with the Eco-Age Brandmark criteria
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The London 2014 Green Carpet Collection by Stella McCartney
Hosted by Livia Firth, Natalie Massenet, Stella McCartney and Anna Wintour, this was the first time a sole designer has created an entire capsule collection according to the Green Carpet Challenge® (GCC) Brandmark
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The London 2013 Green Carpet Collection with Net-a-Porter
The first Green Carpet Capsule Collection with Net-A-Porter and the Global Fund, featured ten gowns from five top British designers. Victoria Beckham, Christopher Kane, Roland Mouret, Christopher Bailey and Erdem
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The Green Carpet Challenge Archive
Established in 2009, The GCC is a sophisticated initiative that pairs glamour with ethics, serving to raise the profile of a brand on red carpets around the world, putting sustainability in the spotlight underpinned by digital disruption.
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“We decided early on that the Green Carpet Challenge would work on two levels: on the world’s red carpets to get our favourite A-listers wearing sustainable style in front of the flash bulbs and then deep in the supply chain with real producers all over the world making systemic change." - Livia Firth