Kate Moss and Other A-Listers Donate Their Clothes for Coronavirus Relief

Kate Moss and Other A-Listers Donate Their Clothes for Coronavirus Relief

Kate Moss and Other A-Listers Donate Their Clothes for Coronavirus Relief

Guilt free shopping at its finest.

Guilt free shopping at its finest.

Text: Allie Kenvin

In the past few weeks, fashion houses and celebrities have aided in the efforts to fight coronavirus and help stop the spread by bringing awareness and providing entertainment during these difficult times. Louis Vuitton and other brands have turned their perfume production centers into hand sanitizer factories, celebrities such as Miley Cyrus hold daily live streams where she interviews other celebrities, and the New Museum now allows you to view gallery shows through their website. The stay at home movement is in full effect. 

Now, Vestiaire Collective, an online reseller of luxury goods, is taking a step towards humanity and guilt free shopping. The company is spearheading a sale of luxury items donated by A-listers such as Thandie Newton, Charlotte Tilbury, and of course, Kate Moss. Perhaps the most coveted item for sale, was Kate Moss’ leopard print fur jacket (it’s sold already). All proceeds, including the site’s sales commision, will be donated to charities combating to provide coronavirus relief such as The World Health Organization.

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