But today, more and more are openly repeating their fashion, even on the red carpet, to send a powerful message about the ongoing climate crisis and bring to light how the fashion industry oceans and other natural resources Is polluting
The movement, once considered a taboo in the world of fashion and glamour, has now become a “it” as more and more popular faces are repeating their outfits.
The latest high-profile name on the list, Ivanka, who is currently touring India, pulled out a white dress with a red floral print, as she posed in front of the Taj Mahal. She first wore the dress back in Argentina in 2019
The Duchess of Cambridge has been repeating her outfits for quite a while. To promote this year’s sustainability message at the award show, she recently wore a white gown with gold dots in an Alexander McQueen white gown, which she wore on her 2012 trip to Malaysia.
Meghan, taking the same road as her sister-in-law, Kate, is also repeating several times. Meghan wore a blue shirt-dress during the tour of Africa. She first wore the dress in 2018 when she and Prince Harry came to Tonga during their Royal Pacific tour.
On the red carpet at Cannes 2018, Kate wore her sheer black Armani Prive gown as her 2014 Golden Globes. Except for her hair and choice of earrings, she looked exactly the same!
Sara Ali Khan
Promoting her film Love Aaj Kal, Sara wore a candy-striped red and white dress on two separate occasions. The only thing that was different on both occasions was Sarah’s hair
Taapsee Pannu is constantly repeating her look while promoting her upcoming film. All his promotional looks are a repeat with taps trying to create new looks with the same pieces!
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