Inside the 2017 Green Carpet Fashion Awards
Dakota Johnson, Alessandro Michele, Amber Valletta
Marking the end of Milan Fashion Week, the Italian city played host to the Green Carpet Fashion Awards to celebrate eco-friendly designers and brands made in Italy. Designers including Gucci's Alessandro Michele, Dsquared2's Dean and Dan Caten and Missoni's Margherita Missoni were all in attendance on the red carpet before the winner's of the night were announced. While Gucci won two awards including the Supply Chain Innovation Award and the CNMI Recognition of Sustainability Award, Newlife and Orange Fiber — which saw Buro 24/7's Miroslava Duma as partner and investor — take the Technology and Innovation Award.
Take a look at the full list of winners now...
The Community and Social Justice Award: Brunello Cucinelli, presented by Colin Firth
The Art of Craftsmanship Award: The seamstresses of Maison Valentino, presented by Annie Lennox
The Best International Designer supporting Made In Italy Award: Tom Ford, presented by Anna Wintour
The Eco Stewardship Award: Zegna, presented by Alessandro Roja
The Franca Sozzani GCC Award for Best Emerging Designer: Tiziano Guardini, presented by Naomi Campbell and Sara Sozzani Maino
The Sustainable Producer Award: Taroni, presented by Amber Valletta
The Artisanal Laureate Award: Chiara Vigo, presented by Vittoria Puccini
The Social Laureate Award: Illaria Venturini Fendi, presented by Stefania Rocca and Bianca Balti
The Vogue Eco Laureate Award: Gisele Bündchen, presented by Emanuele Farneti
The CNMI Recognition of Sustainability Award: Giorgio Armani, Miuccia Prada, Pierpaolo Piccioli and Alessandro Michele, presented by Colin Firth
Then, take a look at the best of the red carpet at the Green Carpet Fashion Awards...