The Earthshot Prize 2021 has recently witnessed sustainable fashion with a range of upcycled garments donned by celebrities. But, no one could take it to the length of an haute couture look like Emma Watson. In a fully upcycled wedding dress, Watson created a mic-drop moment of sustainable fashion. There was also the royal couple, who turned the heads of the onlookers on the red carpet of the ceremony.
The Upcycled Wedding Dress
Emma Watson made the remarkable red carpet appearance donning a backless upcycled Oxfam wedding dress. Designer Harris Reed designed the dress into a perfect Haute asymmetrical top with a hem-length trail on one side. Keeping it simple and stylish, Watson paired the dress-cut top with black trousers. The lace trimmings on the backless dress added an elegant touch, while the layered tulle dimension added gorgeous volume. The dress seemed to be just as stunning as a wedding gown, as in this glamorous repurposed version. Side-swept short bob, nude makeup with glittery eyes, and designer drop earrings completed the diva’s stunning chic look.
The Royal Couple
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Prince William and Kate Middleton are famous for celebrating sustainability in more than one way. The royal couple did it again in the recent Earthshot Prize, repeating their old outfits with a new gorgeous look. Paving a new trend for royal fashion, Kate Middleton is already well-known for her bias toward recycling her outfits. This time, she chose a lilac-hued floor-grazing Alexander Mcqueen pleated gown, which she first donned at the 2011 BAFTA Brits to Watch event. This time she changed the beaded white belt with a golden one and dropped the metallic clutch and diamond jewelry set from the previous look. But she was looking no less radiant in this simpler version. Prince William also picked a velvet suit from his 2019 closet. Topping everything off with dazzling smiles, the royal couple won the heart of the audience with their recycled sustainable fashion statement.