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Green Carpet Fashion Awards 2020: the winners

Green Carpet Fashion Awards 2020: the winners of the fourth edition of the event dedicated to sustainable fashion
Courtsey Instagram @cameramoda
The first digital green carpet was staged in a Teatro alla Scala transformed into a virtual terrarium. Five awards dedicated to sustainable fashion have been awarded.
Green Carpet Fashion Awards 2020 took place in a completely new and innovative way. The event, which has closed Milan Fashion Week for four years, was postponed due to the health emergency and was staged on Sky and YouTube. The five winners of this edition were announced during the evening.
The fourth edition of the awards was broadcast during Shanghai Fashion Week, and was filmed at the iconic Teatro alla Scala. A mix of cinematic footage, augmented reality and special effects. And without giving up the guests and the awarding of the winners on the very topical theme of sustainable fashion. Great celebrities and international opinion leaders appeared through holographic telepresence. The awards ceremony
The Teatro alla Scala hosts the event every year promoted by the National Chamber of Italian Fashion in collaboration with Eco-Age, with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and the ICE Agenzia. This year it was transformed into a virtual terrarium, thanks to Northaus technicians. The two hosts of the evening, directed by Giorgio Testi and produced by Pulse Films, Livia Firth (president of Eco-Age) and Carlo Capasa (president of CNMI), announced the five winners of this fourth edition of the Green Carpet Fashion Awards 2020. The event pays tribute to the commitment of fashion houses to sustainability. At the same time, it works to adopt rapid change while preserving the heritage and authenticity of small producers.
Green Carpet Fashion Awards 2020: the winners
Each winner received the GCFA figurine, produced by the Chopard jewelry brand in ethical gold.
GCFA Visionary Award – to Zendaya
The most important award went to actress and model Zendaya, who wore a vintage Versace dress. She was awarded the GCFA Visionary Award, for her commitment to promoting the inclusiveness and diversity of fashion.
he Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte at the Camera Moda Green Carpet Fashion Awards

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