Following Emma Watson's lead, Anne Hathaway is the latest celeb pledging to only wear sustainable fashions during her press tour for the upcoming film, Colossal.
Anne's stylist Penny Lovell shared an Instagram post on Tuesday, announcing that the pair will stick strictly to eco-friendly options: "All of her choices for this tour are sustainable and will be either vintage pieces or archival runway looks."
Sneak peak of @annehathaway before the NY premiere of #Colossal @sheiscolossal tonight wearing archival @armani Prive from the 2006 Spring collection. All of her choices for this tour are sustainable and will be either vintage pieces or archival runway looks. Gorgeous glam @hairbyadir @jameskaliardos 🙌🏼
Penny Lovell(@pennylovellstylist)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 3월 28 오후 4:33 PDT
Following collaborations with Carine Roitfeld, Inès de la Fressange and Jil Sander, Uniqlo announced the next designer it's joining forces with is J.W. Anderson.
The British designer, who's currently creative director of his own namesake label as well as Loewe, will create a capsule collection for the Japanese retailer's Lifewear line for Fall 2017.
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