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CoronaVirus Charity Sale

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Brands are stepping in where they can to help out. The main player from the luxury vintage market being the Vestiaire Collective with their Coronavirus Charity Sale. “We’re doing everything we can to combat the effects of the virus with our community, and to help fight it with charity fundraising. Our contribution is to partner with some of our friends to sell pieces from their wardrobes, with all of the proceeds (including 100% of our commission) being donated to local charities”. The designer luxury resale platform has teamed up with the likes of Kate Moss, Charlotte Tilbury, Rachel Weisz. Iconic pieces of rare fashion from the celebrities will be up for sale. Items such as the infamous faux leopard fur coat that belongs to Kate Moss, a Temperley gown belonging to Charlotte Tilbury and some chunky Mary Janes from Burberry that belong to fashion influencer Camille Charriere. Customers are getting the chance to shop all these super rare items with all proceedings going to a charity to help combat the virus. Not only is this a good thing for the global crisis. Fashion lovers are foaming at the chance to get their hands on a preloved clothing from an A-lister.