The BAFTAS are one of the most fashion-forward nights of the awards calendar – and tonightâ€™s red carpet is certain to be awash with stunning gowns and sharp tailoring.
However, this yearâ€™s guests will have to work a little harder for their style points, with attendees being asked to rewear or hire outfits in an effort to create a â€œcarbon-neutralâ€ ceremony.
They have been given a sustainable fashion guide created by the London College of Fashion to help them navigate the new environmentally-conscious dress code.
As well as wearing something already hanging in their wardrobe, they suggest guests opt for second-hand or hire an ensemble.
They recommended pre-owned outlets such as Vestiare Collective and Depop, or rental sites including Hurr Collective, By Rotation and My Wardrobe HQ.
Should guests insist on making a fresh purchase, they highlight Stella McCartney and Reformation as sustainable brands who use eco-friendly materials.
According to the guide, â€œthis awards season BAFTA are doing more than ever before to consider sustainability across its awards ceremonies, including inviting guests to â€˜dress sustainablyâ€™.
â€œTo help navigate some of the issues around fashion and sustainability London College of Fashion, UAL are supporting BAFTA with more information on how you can dress sustainably.â€
A spokesperson for BAFTA said: â€œSustainability is very important to BAFTA, and weâ€™re doing more than ever before.
â€œWhere sustainable choices are unable to be made, BAFTA is offsetting, as well as giving guests the tools to offset their own travel and make sustainable fashion choices.â€
The move is likely to have gone down well with confirmed royal attendee Kate Middleton, who regularly recycles her outfits for engagements.
Another well-dressed star who will be stepping out tonight, Laura Whitmore, has also praised the announcement.
Taking to Instagram, the Love Island presenter wrote: â€œThis year @Bafta film awards are going carbon neutral.
â€œTheyâ€™ve also asked for everyone to wear something they already own! Love this idea.â€
She also shared carousel of images showing outfits she wore to BAFTA in previous years which she revealed were â€œall worn and loved again by other peopleâ€.
In addition to red carpet sustainability, the ceremony will also not be giving out goody bags and will serve up a vegan starter and dessert.
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