Jessica Chastain, Julianne Moore, Coco Rocha and Olivia Palermo arrived at the 2023 CNMI Sustainable Fashion Awards on Sunday in Milan, each making a fashion statement on the red carpet.
Chastain wore a white sleeveless and backless tank top with crystal-embellished trim on the shoulders, neckline and bodice, paired with black flared trousers and black platform heels. She accessorized with a candy apple red Gucci Jackie bag.
Chastain’s look was fresh off the runway from Gucci’s spring 2024 runway show, marking the debut collection from the brand’s new creative director, Sabato De Sarno. WWD characterized the collection as De Sarno respecting the house’s heritage but charting his own course.
Moore opted for rustic autumnal tones, wearing a rust brown dress featuring a singlet wist on the bodice adding a draping detail to the overall silhouette. She paired the Bottega Veneta dress with pointy-toe burgundy heels and a black clutch bag.
Coco Rocha channeled old Hollywood glamour in a light orange satin gown paired with a brown hooded sequin floor-length cape from Alberta Ferretti.
Olivia Palermo also wore Alberta Ferretti to the event, opting for a bronze halter-neck gown with cutout details on the bodice and a thigh-high slit. She paired the dress with a white fringed Valextra bag and gold Giuseppe Zanotti sandals.
The annual CNMI Sustainable Fashion Awards are geared toward cementing the role of the circular economy in shaping the future of the fashion industry and bringing circular design to the top of the Italian fashion industry’s creative agenda. This year, Gucci took home the Ellen MacArthur Foundation Award for Circular Economy.