Vestaire Collective Sells Celeb Wardrobes For Charity, So Get Shopping
If you've ever dreamed of waltzing into Emma Watson or Luptia Nyong'o's wardrobes and kicking back with a glass of bubbly while you shop their wardrobe, I come bearing good news: luxury consignment retailer Vestiaire is selling celebrity wardrobes with its Women for Women sale. On the down side, making an account with Vestiaire doesn't come with complimentary champagne, which is a terrible business decision. Or free access to a celebrity wardrobe, which is probably not a terrible business decision. To get you past your disappointment, know that one hundred percent of profits from the sale will go to a great cause: Women For Women International, a nonprofit organization that supports marginalized women in areas of conflict and war.
The sale, which is due to start December 3, has donations from a variety of celebrities and fashion names, so there's something for everyone. Vogue reports that in addition to Watson and Nyong'o, expect to see pieces donated by Kiera Knightly, Diane Kruger, Lena Dunham, Olivia Palermo, Chloe Sevigny, Chiara Ferragni, and others. Of her donation, a checkered blue-and-white Prada dress, Knightly told the magazine, "It's a pity when beloved clothes sit dormant in my closet, so I am thrilled to be a part of Wardrobes for Women to give these clothes a new life."
All of the stars who donated are known for their unique style. If I were able to shop their wardrobes in some alternate universe, here are the looks I'd pick.
The word I'd use to describe this dress: grand.
I love the silhouette and texture of this dress.
Sevigny does '90s inspired plaid so well. I refuse, however, to accept '90s chunky heels back into my life.
I desire this coat.
I have a theory that Watson's uber sleek and sophisticated style is largely formed in reaction to her hatred of Hermione's frizzy hair. Aside from that, the draping on this skirt is beautiful.
This outfit is just so happy. And so aggressively '90s.
Yes, that is a uterus and fallopian tubes on her shirt. It is perfect.
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