Livia Firth Wears Organic Silk Gown by Stella McCartney to Met Ball

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Livia Firth is quickly becoming a red carpet fixture, but can you blame the lady? Her husband is Colin “Oscar Winner” Firth! Famous spouse in tow, the eco-fashion advocate showed up at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala (or Met Ball, as it’s popularly known) on Monday night wearing a bespoke Stella McCartney “jumpsuit-gown” made from handspun organic silk, abaca (“Manilla hemp”), and reclaimed vintage beads. “I really loved that [McCartney] was so thorough about the fabric: considering the processing and finishing of the fibre and the effect that it would have on the environment,” Firth writes in her blog. “She went for a polished sophisticated look without compromising on these principles.”

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