Chopard & Eco-Age celebrate sustainability
Caroline, Colin and Livia Firth host their annual intimate dinner at the iconic Sunset Tower, to celebrate The Green Carpet Challenge and The Journey to Sustainable Luxury* before the Oscars on Sunday.
Mick Jagger, Meryl Streep, Emma Stone, Ruth Negga, Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Bacon, Tom Ford and many more joined Colin and Livia for a private dinner on the terrace of Sunset Tower where they toasted Chopard’s co-president Caroline Scheufele’s mission to drive her industry towards more sustainable and ethical practices with The Journey to Sustainable Luxury.
The Journey to Sustainable Luxury is Chopard’s commitment to a multi-year programme to achieve sustainable luxury. The goal is to improve the environment and the lives of those at the very beginning of the supply chain.
The Journey to Sustainable Luxury began when Chopard, with Eco-Age, forged a philanthropic relationship with the influential South American mining NGO, the Alliance for Responsible Mining (ARM). The luxury jewellery and watch company became the world’s first watch and luxury jewellery company to enable mining communities to reach Fairmined gold certification as well as providing training, social welfare and environmental support.
Eco-Age is an ideas consultancy which powerfully aggregates global thought leaders and influencers to address the compelling issues and opportunities of our day by delivering solutions, through ethical and sustainable values.
Eco-Age has a market leading track record for addressing sustainability issues across complex supply chains, in broad industry sectors, for the mutual benefit of people and planet.
The Green Carpet Challenge is Eco-Age’s renowned communications arm. It is a dynamic platform, pairing glamour and ethics to raise the profile of sustainability, ethics and social welfare.