Sustainability Never Goes Out Of Style Even at the Met Gala

Repurpose, renew, and recreate, the art of reusing what is already made! Fashion is meant to be revisited and recycled over and over again. When you shop for clothing, it is important to be more intentional about what you buy. You can avoid wasting resources and contributing to environmental degradation by buying clothes that have been used. But let's take the concept of re-wearing on a larger scale.

At the Met Gala, it seems that older clothes are back in style. Many celebrities opted for looks from Karl Lagerfeld's older collections. Vintage fashion was the night's biggest trend.Margot Robbie, Penelope Cruz, Huma Abedin, and Suki Waterhouse all wore pieces from the late designer's past collections.

Twenty years later, a brilliant pink Chanel Haute Couture dress from the 2004 Chanel n.5 commercial directed by Baz Luhrmann was worn again. By who? Nicole Kidman, who originally wore the dress. When we think about re-wearing something, it can mean a lot of different things. In this case, the dress has a lot of hidden meanings that we can't fully understand from her perspective. However, considering how sustainable it is to reuse something you've already worn, the decision to re-wear the dress makes sense.