Cory's favorite dress of the night was the amber open-back Giorgio Armani Privé gown, which was embellished all-over with paillettes and Swarovski crystals, worn by Anne Hathaway.
Looking through the images I was surprised at how many of the actresses were wearing one shouldered gowns. I'm not a big fan of this silhouette, I much prefer a more classic look- which is exactly what Livia Firth chose to wear. What's even cooler is the story behind her gown designed by Jeff Garner of Prophetik.
Firth's gown is made form Tussah silk, also known as Peace Silk. The process of making Tussah silk doesn't kill the silkworm in the process, unlike normal silk. In addition to being animal cruelty free, Tussah silk is made without the chemicals and waste that's used in the production of normal silk.
In my opinion, Firth blows the other women (and their dresses) away with her ability to prove that eco-fashion is wearable, beautiful, and chic. Hopefully more actresses take note of this and choose to support sustainable fashion lines for their next red carpet appearances!