Emma Watson & Sustainability

As we mentioned in our last blog, sustainability is a big issue affecting the fashion industry.  Here at The Volte, we are big advocates for sustainability and believe by renting clothes, we can lessen our impact on the environment.  We are also big supporters of those who do their bit for the environment.  That’s why we are profiling Emma Watson.  She is a massive advocate for sustainability and fashion, often wearing only ethical and sustainable brands.  She champions the cause and believes that “we can all play a part in driving fashion to be more sustainable and ethical. By choosing to wear clothes from labels that embrace transparent, creative and innovative production methods; and by re-wearing, recycling, swapping and thrifting.”

Emma truly is an advocate for sustainable fashion.  She has co-designed a range for ethical brand People Tree and was guest editor for Vogue Australia’s sustainable issue.  On set she encourages green choices through smart costume design and she supports the #greencarpetchallenge every time she sets foot on the red carpet.

We feel that Emma Watson would be a massive supporter of The Volte.  She firmly believes in upcycling clothes and re-using vintage pieces.  The share economy does this is spades!

Here we take a look at some of Emma’s best sustainable fashion choices.

Emma wears a dress by Calvin Klein made from recycled plastic bottles at The Met Gala
Emma wears a dress by Dior made by certiified organic silk at The Beauty & The Beast Premiere in New York
Emma in vintage Ralph Lauren at the Oscars Vanity Fair party
Emma wears Vegan leather jacket by Stella McCarteney
Emma wears Tome shirt made from organic cotton which raises funds to fight human trafficking and modern day slavery
Emma Wears KitX (we stock the brand on The Volte) and the dress is made has recycled polyester zips from recycled clothing or reused plastic bottles
Emma wears a dress by Roland Van Der Kemp which is made from discarded fabric to the Golden Globes

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