A “style guide” encouraging attendees to dress more environmentally and responsibly will be distributed to attendees.

More significant firms in the fashion industry are making efforts to provide more environmentally friendly working conditions as issues of sustainability become more prevalent. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is the most recent organisation to alter its name, and it is introducing Oscars red carpet sustainability and environmental awareness.

The Academy and Red Carpet Green Dress (RCGD), who have been collaborating since 2011, are now formally teaming to urge guests to dress more sustainably and to start bigger discussions on the subject. According to WWD, the two parties want to host a dinner series called “Sustainability Evenings” and invite guests to pay closer attention to their red carpet attire by providing a new “red carpet style guide.” Although the RCGD already has a number of powerful celebrity ambassadors, like Billie Eilish, Sophie Turner, Tati Gabrielle, and Marlee Matlin, the dress code is not required.

With the topic “The Opportunities and Next Steps for Sustainability Progress in Film,” the inaugural “Sustainable Evenings” event was held this week. The second dinner is planned for March, following the 95th Academy Awards.

All participants will get a copy of The Academy and RCGD’s “red carpet style guide,” which will be made available later this month and offers sustainable advice as well as examples of previous red carpet styles that were environmentally friendly.

In related news, fashion brands including H&M, Kering, Inditex, and Stella McCartney made a commitment to COP27 to source materials that are “forest-friendly.”

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