Wearing a gorgeous, sustainable gown by Prophetik, Suzy Amis Cameron, founder of Red Carpet Green Dress, attended the London Premiere of the new 3D version of TITANIC with her husband, director James Cameron.
Amis Cameron’s dress is made of teal-blue Hemp-Silk, dyed with Japanese Indigo garden grown in designer Jeff Garner’s home state of Tennessee.
Named “2010 Eco Men’s Designer of the Year,” Garner and his sustainable organic label Prophetik have moved into the green fashion forefront, committed to changing perceptions of glamour and luxury. In the eight years that the label has been in existence, Garner’s sustainable garments have made their way into high-end boutiques across the United States, as well as in London, Japan and Switzerland.
Amis Cameron founded the Red Carpet Green Dress design contest to challenge designers around the globe to make a red carpet-worthy, sustainable gown for Oscar night. At this year’s ceremony, actress Missi Pyle, who played the vain starlet in Best Picture winner THE ARTIST, wore the contest winner (and made many best-dressed lists).
Red Carpet Green Dress Global Campaign Director Samata Angel praised Amis Cameron for “literally walking the walk on this important red carpet. She is a beautiful testament to the fact that high fashion can be sustainable fashion.”
The Tuesday gala screening at London’s Albert Hall celebrated the epic 1997 film’s re-release in 3D, which will coincide with the 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s doomed maiden voyage from southern England’s Southampton in April 1912.
Photos courtesy of Paramount Pictures and 20th Century Fox