Emily Blunt got in touch with her ethical side for the ‘Arthur Newman’ premiere during the 2012 Toronto Film Festival last night.
For the event, the British actress opted for a dress made by Tory Burch for the Green Carpet Challenge.
All I can say is ‘bravo.’
The white ruched dress is made from silk tulle reclaimed from Tory Burch’s end of line and archive store, while the neckline is constructed of recycled brass and features floral motifs made from amber and light topaz.
Although ruching of this intensity is difficult to pull off because it adds so much extra bulk, Emily is able to carry this look off.
Grey heels, patterned clutch and a hot pink lip also help to lift this eco chic ensemble.
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