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LOOK: Angelina Jolie’s daughter Zahara wore mom’s 2014 Oscar Awards dress to premiere of ’Eternals’

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Angelina Jolie’s 16-year-old daughter Zahara wore the same Elie Saab Couture gown her mom wore to the Oscar Awards in 2014, to the premiere of the Marvel movie ’Eternals’. Picture: Instagram

Angelina Jolie’s 16-year-old daughter Zahara wore the same Elie Saab Couture gown her mom wore to the Oscar Awards in 2014, to the premiere of the Marvel movie ’Eternals’.

Turning to your mom’s wardrobe to look for something classic to wear can be very rewarding, especially if she has a great collection of designer gowns.

And as we all know, upcycling garments plays a great role in sustainable fashion, which of course aids in the protection of our ecosystem.

While many celebrities, such as the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, have embraced the idea of recycling outfits, we rarely see it on the red carpet of major Hollywood events.

So it was great to see Angelina Jolie’s daughter, Zahara Jolie-Pitt, wearing one of her mom’s classic and probably most recognisable gowns to the premiere of the Marvel movie, “Eternals” in Los Angeles.

Angelina, who plays Thena in her latest movie, attended the premiere on Tuesday with her five children, Zahara, Vivienne, Shiloh, Maddox and Knox.

Angelina Jolie with her children. Picture: Instagram

16-year-old Zahara stepped on to the red carpet sparkling in a long-sleeve silver Elie Saab Couture gown featuring sheer panels on the bodice and iridescent beading. The same dress Jolie wore to the 2014 Oscar Awards.

Of course Jolie looked breathtaking as always in an olive-green strapless Balmain gown from their 2022 Resort collection.

Zahara wasn’t the only Jolie-Pitt child who wore a pre-loved garment.

Shiloh upcycled the Gabriela Hearst asymmetrical dress that Jolie wore at the Unesco-Guerlain “Women for Bees” event last year.

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