Julianne Moore has made a commitment to include sustainable jewellery in her red carpet looks.
The Still Alice actress credits her friendship with designer and Chopard artistic director Caroline Scheufele for turning her into a more conscious accessories buyer.
“When I met Caroline Scheufele a few years ago, she really struck me because she was a pioneer of sustainability in the jewellery world, something that people were not doing,” she told WWD. “She didn’t have to be doing it, but she used her leadership position to set an example.”
Moore can regularly be seen wearing diamonds and gold looks from the brand and recently visited London to celebrate the reopening of Chopard boutique, alongside Colin Firth and his wife Livia, Alexa Chung, and models Petra Nemcova and Arizona Muse.
The label has embarked on a “journey to sustainability” and now uses 100 per cent ethical, fair mined gold as of last summer.
The 58-year-old has tried to extend her devotion to environmentally friendly items off the red carpet as well.
“My husband and I have been trying to eliminate plastic in our lives, not buy any more plastics, reuse anything we have in our house,” the Oscar winner added. “We really think about what kind of space we are taking up and how to consume less, how to use what we have, wear it and return it. We are all realising we have limited amounts of space and resources and it is important to know how to share and use them responsibly.”