Attending the Green Carpet Fashion Awards with Gucci CEO and president Marco Bizzarri in Milan, Hari Nef wore a custom gown.
Designed by Alessandro Michele, every element of the dress features sustainable materials. All over sequins were crafted in recycled PET, featured in colored stripes and multi-dimensional flower embroideries, and fringes of glass bugles were sustainably colored. Hari’s accessories included a sustainable sequin clutch featuring a butterfly closure in recycled brass with lead-free metal hardware and metal free leather and sustainable silk interior, and shoes crafted in metal free leather with violet sustainable sequins in recycled PET and nickel-free hardware. She also wore Gucci fine jewelry made in sustainable gold.
Gucci’s commitment to a sustainable future is outlined in Gucci Equilibrium, a destination designed to connect people, planet and purpose, which embeds Gucci’s comprehensive sustainability strategy into and around the brand, governed by a Culture of Purpose. Read more on equilibrium.gucci.com