Hollywood stars attend Stella McCartney's Green Carpet Collection show

08 Oct 2014 10:49

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As some of the world's biggest fashion designers have come together for London Fashion Week, it was Stella McCartney's Green Carpet Collection show on Sunday that everyone wanted to be seen at.
The special showcase - which was led by Green Carpet Challenge co-founders Livia Firth and Lucy Siegle - displayed ethical bespoke outfits designed by the British designer, with a hope to change people's perceptions of 'green' fashion.
Hollywood stars Salma Hayek, Drew Barrymore and Samuel L. Jackson led the A-list appeal at the star-studded fashion event.
Salma, 48, cut a stylish figure in an all-black ensemble, she put her toned pins on display in a classy black number, which boasted large dark circle designs all-over.
The Frida actress teamed her number with classy black peep-toes and a patent leather clutch bag, while she kept her luscious locks straight down around her shoulders.
Meanwhile, the Charlie's Angels babe dressed to impress in a loose-fitted black dress, with zip detaling along the bottom, which she paired with smart heeled courts.
Samuel L. Jackson, 65, rocked up to the event in a large black jacket, a crisp white shirt, with a printed tee underneath and fitted trousers.
The Pulp Fiction actor also donned a cream bucket hat and his trademark circular spectacles.
Colin Firth, who no doubt went to the show to support his wife Livia, looked handsome in a deep blue two-piece suit, which he styled with a matching coloured tie and white shirt.
Rita Ora, Ellie Goulding, Daisy Lowe and Poppy Delevingne were also among the guests who watched the special show. The A-list fash-pack were kept refreshed as they sipped on bottles of Peroni Piccola.
Stella's collection has being showcased as part of Firth's campaign, with the pieces 'designed and produced in accordance to the highest sustainability standards'.
Speaking recently about the collection, the 43-year-old fashion icon said: 'For me it's all one thing, because my business is based on these kind of ethics.'
She added: 'It's a very holistic approach for me, it's the way I live my life and it's my message. We're trying to have just a little more conscious consumption.'


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