Alessandra Ambrosio, Elsa Hosk and Candice Swanepoel participate in the Green Carpet Fashion Awards during MFW
Alessandra Ambrosio exudes glamor in a deep dress with cut-out torso while joining fellow models Elsa Hosk and Candice Swanepoel during the Green Carpet Fashion Awards during MFW
She is one of Brazil's most famous models, enjoying a 17-year career as Victoria & # 39; s Secret Angel, before finally hanging her wings in 2017.
And Alessandra Ambrosio proved that she can still attract attention on Sunday evening when she got out in breathtaking style for the Green Carpet Fashion Awards 2019 during Milan Fashion Week in Italy.
Together with fellow models Elsa Hosk and Candice Swanepoel, the brunette beauty turned heads when she arrived at the star-studded event in a red-patterned dress with a deeply falling neckline and a cut-out torso.
Her sleeveless dress of choice also had a sweeping train, which adds a dramatic touch to her ensemble, while she accessorized with a thick necklace in combination with a matching bracelet.
With its distinctive chestnut brown locks in a bold wave that fell over her shoulders, the veteran emphasized her natural beauty with a flattering palette of makeup.
Elsa Hosk also added her strength to the annual event, which wore a shimmering silver dress, which also had a deep deep neckline with a cut-out lower body.
Thick jewelry: the supermodel always looks glamorous with a thick necklace and matching bracelet
Furthermore, the heat increased, her dress contained a bold thigh-high slit, in which she proudly showed her long skinny legs and strappy golden heels.
With her blonde locks in smooth waves on her shoulders, the Swedish model kept her makeup light and natural while wearing a glittering diamond bracelet.
The South African model Candice Swanepoel looked sensational when she hit the event in a flowing blue dress, with short shorts and a see-through skirt with a long train and asymmetrical hemline.
She stood for a long time on a pair of crimson red heels that perfectly matched her powerful lipstick, she wore her hair in a smooth bun, while choosing to keep her accessories to a minimum.
Colin Firth's wife, Livia Giuggioli, is campaigning for ethical fashion and is the self-proclaimed queen of the green carpet challenge, promoting sustainable clothing choices for celebrities.
The creative director of Eco-Age – who wants to raise the profile of sustainability, ethics and social welfare – has been promoting the idea of sustainable fashion for some time and Livia regularly wears recycled outfits for high profile events.
She said The Telegraph in 2016: & # 39; The biggest message is every time you buy something, always think: "Shall I wear it at least 30 times?"
& # 39; If the answer is yes, buy it. But it will surprise you how often you say no. That should tell you something about how the current fashion model is not sustainable – and urgently needs to be changed. & # 39;
In 2015, Livia helped to create a clothing range of ethical origin for the Marks & Spencer shopping street.
She then said: & # 39; I don't buy much, but if I do my golden rule: do I still contribute to 60? If the answer is yes, I will buy it. & # 39;
Livia said the reason she was inspired to dress more ethically came after a trip to Bangladesh when she saw how sweatshops employees were forced to do 14-days in miserable conditions.
She also cited the example of the collapse of the Rana Plaza clothing factory in India, killing more than 1,100 people in 2013.
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