Timed to coincide with the 47th edition of Earth Day on April 22, the collection is made with the patented Orange Fiber, the first fabric in the world made with citrus fruits.
The collections must be produced in Italy and designers may submit applications starting today and until midnight on May 7.
The Awards will be held on Sept. 24 during Milan Fashion Week at the La Scala theater.
The Andrea Palladio International Jewellery Awards ceremony kicked off VicenzaOro on Friday.
Firth and her Green Carpet Challenge initiative will be launching the world’s first sustainable mannequins.
Livia Firth among the speakers at Houses of Parliament.
See Me founder Caterina Occhio, who previously worked in development for the European Commission, aims to create more jobs for the victims of domestic violence.
The collection consists of classic pieces and leather accessories.
Eco-campaigner Livia Firth and choreographer Blanca Li were among the guests.
The eco-campaigner announced the four winners of the GCC Global Leaders of Change Awards on the sidelines of U.N. climate talks.
Firth picks out sustainable clothing already on the shop floor.
Through its partnership with Sustainia, F4D will take part in the upcoming World Climate Summit by staging a sustainability-focused fashion presentation.