Shop Heidi Klum's Closet for a Good Cause!
Everything you buy from this sale goes to amfAR
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There aren’t many chances in this world to look more like Heidi Klum, so when one comes along, it’s worth mentioning. And this particular opportunity is doubly exciting, because every purchase made at this Fashion Project sale will benefit amfAR, an organization that works on behalf of global HIV/AIDS patients.
Klum has donated several of the pieces she wore at the most recent Mercedes Benz Fashion Week — including the gown she wore for the Project Runway finale — at majorly marked-down prices to benefit the worthy organization. Her shimmering bronze Max Azria gown is on the block at $599, while the hippie-glam vest she wore to sit front row at the BCBG by Max Azria show is up for sale for $299.
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Fashion Project was started by two Harvard classmates who wanted to donate their clothes to charity — but to actually make an impact when they did so. Now, you can consign your items on the site and choose which charity the sale price will impact — or if you shop Fashion Project, you can rest easy knowing that the majority of the purchase price is going to a good cause.
Other fashion week luminaries also donated designer items for Klum’s amfAR-benefitting sale, from a Kate Spade New York dress to a Stella McCartney shoulder bag, all ridiculously marked down from the original prices. And any would definitely be worthy of the A-list treatment, but they’re going fast — so be sure to check out Fashion Project right now to get your hands on something great.