Saoirse Ronan's chic Gucci gown for the 2020 British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) was made from satin offcuts.
The 25-year-old adhered to the dress code for the red carpet on Sunday night, with organisers requesting attendees make environmentally conscious wardrobe choices by renting, wearing vintage, or selecting pieces made of sustainable materials rather than sporting brand-new clothes.
Saoirse arrived at London's Royal Albert Hall in a voluminous black satin gown featuring leather straps and complemented the look by having her blonde hair swept off her shoulders and into a twisted-front updo.
Her stylist, Elizabeth Saltzman, told British Vogue that the gown was made by the Italian fashion house's creative director Alessandro Michele from discarded satin.
"We wanted to create a gown that didn't waste any resources or people's time... It's the first time we've gone dead simple, but we've been geeking out about the intricate craftsmanship," she said.
And Elizabeth is a big fan of the pencil-thin leather straps, which she viewed as adding a "naughty kick" to the dress.
"I love that the most classic pieces are often the hardest to make - it feels good to celebrate this unique work," the style guru smiled.
While Saoirse's eco-friendly dress was overshadowed by colourful appearances from the likes of Scarlett Johansson in a pink Versace gown and Charlize Theron in a purple Dior number, Elizabeth was pleased with how the black dress allowed the Little Women star to shine.
"(Fashion should) celebrate Saoirse's talent, rather than overpower her," she insisted.
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