Livia Firth, founder of the Green Carpet Challenge and the creative director of Eco-Age (or as we know her by that other title Mrs. Darcy) rocked the Golden Globe Award red carpet in Chopard jewelry made from Fairmined gold. Livia has been working tirelessly with Chopard to encourage others in the movie industry to wear ethical jewelry for award ceremonies and successful roping in others for the cause. Last year Aussie actress Cate Blanchett wore a pair of diamond earrings from the Green Carpet Collection to the Globes.
For Golden Globes, Livia wore a pair of Fairmined white gold pear-shaped diamond drop earrings from the Green Carpet Collection. In addition to that she also wore a heart-shaped diamond ring from the jewelry house’s High Jewelry collection.
Past 18 months has seen a spike in A-listers wearing ecofriendly jewelry to award ceremonies, Livia is the force behind the success. She leads by example, and even got the Chopard and Canne Film Festival to work together to create the first ever Palme d’Or award made from Fairmined gold.
Others who have worn jewelry made from Fairmined gold include Meryl Streep, Marion Cotillard, Léa Seydoux and Virginie Ledoyen. Tom Ford known to have designed some of the eco-friendly jewelry.
Source: Jewellery Editor