For all we know, Alison Brie might have been wearing a recording of Frank Sinatra singing "Fly Me to the Moon" at Global Green USA's 14th annual Millennium Awards on Saturday.
Yes, you read that right.
The "Mad Men" actress -- she plays Pete Campbell's wife, Trudy -- was sporting an eco-friendly strapless dress and shrug by L.A. designer Deborah Lindquist, made of sustainable hemp silk and recycled materials: cashmere, leather and cassette tapes.
"The bodice is made from something called 'sonic fabric,' " said Brie. "The inside is cassette tapes, cut up and woven together. If you had an old tape player and you put headphones on and opened it up and rubbed it against this, you'd hear sounds."
The spirited actress says she's delighted to see the burgeoning Earth-friendly spin on fashion.
"It's really a great statement about fashion and eco-friendly activism today that there is this crossover, where five years ago it was very difficult to find eco-friendly designers and fabrics, especially for higher-end stuff."
Are you listening, designers?
"I'm in the market for red carpet eco-friendly designers," Brie says. "Give me a call. I will be happy to advertise, on my person."
Which she just happens to take with her everywhere she goes.
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