The London 2015 Green Carpet Capsule Collection saw Eco-Age team up with Net-A-Porter, The Global Fund and five iconic British designers to create an exclusive Green Carpet Challenge capsule collection. Victoria Beckham, Christopher Kane, Roland Mouret, Christopher Bailey and Erdem have all embraced sustainable style and created two pieces each, in accordance with GCC® ethical criteria and produced to the highest sustainable standards.
The capsule collection was sold on NET-A-PORTER.COM and 20% of the proceeds were donated to (RED) ™, which finances Global Fund grants in Africa, with a focus on eliminating mother-to-child transmission of HIV. This was the first time that Green Carpet Collection pieces have been available to buy online, and represents a pioneering step for sustainable style.
Unveiled at an event hosted by Natalie Massenet, Anna Wintour, Livia Firth and the Earl and Countess of Mornington, the launch supports the life-saving work of the Global Fund through a creative partnership with the GCC® and (RED) ™. Each designer has created one GCC cocktail gown and one GCC red carpet gown, which will be exhibited amongst the sprawling history preserved in Aspley House, juxtaposed with breathtaking visuals created by Karl Largerfeld muse Amanda Harlech. This collaboration is the vanguard of matching ethics and aesthetics, as these five leading designers take their first step on to the Green Carpet.