El vestido sustentable con el que Emma Watson deslumbró en Londres

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Ayer jueves 23 de febrero, se realizó en Londres el emanación oficial de “La bella y la bestia”, el live action del clásico Disney de 1991.

Con el evento, los actores protagónicos -Emma Watson y Dan Stevens- comenzaron un tour que investigación promocionar la película que llegará a los cines chilenos a finales de marzo. Para esta ocasión, la bella actriz lució un diseño de Emilia Wickstead, de color celeste pálido, con capa y culo.

Pero la prenda no solo destacó por ser digna de una princesa de cuentos, sino igualmente por el hecho de que es atento con el medio animación, conveniente a que fue fabricado a partir de pedazos de tela que nadie usa y que por lo universal son desechados. Una empresa inglesa asociación estos retazos y los convierte en nuevas telas.

La bella actriz compartió una imagen del traje en una cuenta de Instagram (@the_press_tour) que ella misma abrió con el objetivo de difundir las prendas sustentables que irá vistiendo durante la viaje promocional de su nueva película.

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Tonight was a special screening of @beautyandthebeast in London. The film was shown at the Odeon Leicester Square cinema to 1,600 people after a reception at the stunning Spencer House 🌹 Bespoke @emiliawickstead structural, off-the-shoulder gown with inverted pleat train. The gown is made from end-of-line fabric sourced from a family-run, London business specialising in couture fabrics, and produced in Italy. These unwanted fabric pieces have been given a new lease of life; often irregular quantities of surplus or end-of-line fabrics cannot be sold and are destroyed. This piece was created in Emilia Wickstead’s London atelier, by an all-female team. Earrings are from @catbirdnyc, whose pieces are handmade in Brooklyn. Dress validated by @ecoage #ecoloves Skin prepped with @demamielskin Dewy Facial Mist, @tataharper Repairative Moisturiser and @decleoruk Aromessence Neroli Hydrating Oil Serum. De Mamiel mist is made from ingredients sourced and blended in the UK, in small batches to maintain the vitality of each natural ingredient. Tata Harper are verified by PETA that neither the brand nor its ingredient suppliers conduct, commission, or pay for any tests on animals for ingredients, formulations, or finished products. Decléor serum is a blend of naturally derived ingredients such as neroli and sandalwood and free from mineral oils and parabens. Foundation is @inikaorganic’s BB Cream, which is certified organic, vegan and not tested on animals. Concealer is the @rmsbeauty “Un” Cover-Up made from organic coconut, jojoba and cacao oil and mineral colours. Cheeks are @iliabeauty A Fine Romance Multi-Stick which is gluten-free and then finished with Inika’s Mineral Mattifying Powder, blended from silica, corn, tapioca and rice powders instead of talc, which face powders have traditionally been based on. Beauty brands verified by @contentbeauty

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