With sustainable fashion gaining traction, Hollywood superstars bring their A game to red carpets year after year by recycling outdated dresses, as seen at this year’s Oscars by Jane Fonda and others. We’ve seen celebrities replicate their outfits before, and we loved it!
Remember when Jane Fonda said she would never buy clothes? She meant it, after all. Jane wore her long-sleeved burgundy red dress to the 2020 Oscars, which we saw earlier. Jane first wore the red dress, which she paired with a crimson coat, at Cannes in 2014. As part of her fight against climate change, she did.
Kate Middleton wore a stunning white and gold Alexander McQueen dress on the red carpet at the 2020 BAFTAs. The Duchess wore the same outfit she unveiled in 2012 during the Diamond Jubilee Tour of Southeast Asia with the Prince William, sticking to the theme of sustainable fashion for the evening.
Cate Blanchett donned the black lace dress for the Golden Globes in 2014 and again for Cannes in 2018. But who wouldn’t want to wear this dress?
Elizabeth Banks donned the same red dress at the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party that she wore at the 2004 Vanity Fair Oscar Party, and she looked just as stunning as she did 16 years earlier. “It’s beautiful and it fits… so why not wear it again!” the actress captioned a photo of herself from both nights on Instagram.
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