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From Sophie Turner trending worldwide on Twittee to Lily Cole’s plastic bottle dress sending the blogs wild, take a look at a summary of press for Suzy Amis Cameron’s project Red Carpet Green Dress post Oscars this season!
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Styled by Sandy Phan, Lily Cole wore a sustainable gown by Vivienne Westwood; the Delicate Bird of Paradise corseted gown has been constructed using an iridescent silver fabric created from melted down recycled plastic bottles.
Sophie Turner wore Galvan, an ethical brand focusing on small batch production and committed to fair work treatment, alongside transparent and socially responsible business practices. Sophie Turner’s mint green crepe dress featured a boned corset and Swarovski crystal fabric detailing. The piece was based on a popular and classic silhouette the brand has produced before, and will continue to produce every season, in the spirit of slow fashion. All Galvan factories are routinely frequently to ensure a safe and fair work environment, alongside the fair work treatment of the brands manufacturers.
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James Cameron, Suzy Amis Cameron Unveil ‘Solar Sun Flowers’ Project – Five are installed at the MUSE School CA campus, where they are expected to power about 90 percent of on-site energy needs.“My incredible husband really knows how to give a girl a bouquet of flowers,” Suzy Amis-Cameron said of James Cameron, who designed Solar Sun Flowers for her as a gift when she was seeking a way to bring renewable energy to MUSE School CA, which she co-founded with a mission around sustainability.
Five were recently installed on the 22-acre Malibu Canyon campus and are generating roughly 300 kilowatt hours per day, with expectations to offset the non-profit school’s power usage between 75 percent and 90 percent — possibly 100 percent at times — depending on available daylight. And the patent-pending design will next be available, free and open-source, to encourage wider use.
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