Among the personalized experiences featured in the auction is a virtual wine tasting with Sarah Jessica Parker and portrait commissioned by Christian Siriano

christian siriano; SJP
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Fashion industry insiders are coming together to support talented college students across the country with an auction stacked with exclusive items.

On Dec. 11, the Fashion Scholarship Fund (FSF) launched its first Charity Shop on eBay featuring items and experiences donated by fashion’s biggest stars, including Sarah Jessica Parker, Virgil Abloh, Brandon Maxwell and Christian Siriano. 100% of proceeds raised from the auction (which closes on Dec. 18) fund 2021 scholarships for promising fashion students pursuing careers in design, merchandising and other sectors of the industry.

Among the once-in-a-lifetime experiences up for grabs is a virtual wine tasting with Parker (who launched the wine brand Invivo X in 2019), along with wine expert and Invivo X co-founder Tim Lightbourne and Marie Claire​ editor-in-chief Sally Holmes. The winner will receive 12 bottles of the Sex and the City star's award-winning blends and the tasting will include a "lively discussion around upcoming trends in 2021 for both fashion and wine," according to an FSF press release.

The auction also features a special Off-White piece signed by Abloh, who founded the label in 2014, a Christian Siriano Fall 2021 collection handbag and a portrait commissioned by the celeb-loved designer and a personalized pair of Jimmy Choo shoes.

Virgil Abloh
Virgil Abloh
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Additionally, Maxwell is donating an item from his most recent collection to one lucky winner, as well as a virtual meet and greet to talk "all things fashion" and "brainstorm ideas on what, where and how to wear the look" they choose.

Lady Gaga and Brandon Maxwell
Brandon Maxwell and Lady Gaga
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Other luxury items include an evening for eight at Nexus Club New York, a private membership club backed by Justin Timberlake and located in lower Manhattan, as well as a basketball and jersey signed by NBA legend Dwayne Wade.

Peter Arnold, Executive Director, Fashion Scholarship Fund, said in a statement: "The FSF Charity Shop is a fun and meaningful way for members of the fashion community, and far beyond, to support our mission of providing scholarships, programmatic support and opportunities to even more students in 2021."

"We are so grateful to our friends who have generously donated their time and products to this important initiative," he continued.

Want to bid? There's still time to snag your dream experience and give back to a great cause. Visit to shop the selection.