Stella McCartney launch her Green Carpet Collection, a three part conscientious presentation surrounded by famous friends last night at the Royal Institution of Great Britain in Mayfair.

Co-founded by British Fashion Council chairman Natalie Massenet, Green Carpet Change founder Livia Firth, and Anna Wintour, Stella McCartney’s event at the venue was a enchantment for it had a woodland forest, a artist’s studio, and a magician’s room topped off with a bar and a band. Her three part conscientious presentation, one consisting of four ball gowns all made with recycled fabric from McCartney’s own studio, another a range of shoes and accessories created with sustainably recycled materials, and the last a collection created from a brand new organic cotton that McCartney developed. “This is a fabric that I am definitely going to incorporate into my own collection,” she told VOGUE at the event. “I’ve been coming away from fittings over the last couple of weeks thinking ‘Wow’ – these are all recoiled materials.

In the fashion industry they burn all these thousands of metres of fabrics, which to me is crazy, so I’m recycling it.” With Fashion Week making its way to London after New York Fashion Week just wrapped, McCartney isn’t going to be stressed until Paris Fashion Week rolls around, in the mean time she’s all about giving people a good time and having fun.


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