Exclusive First Look Inside Tamron Hall's Closet Donation Auction: 'It Brings Me Great Joy'
The former Today show anchor reveals some of the items she's donating to Housing Works
Tamron Hall’s epic closet cleanout is making its way to the Internet this week.
The former Today show anchor left the show after 10 years when her contract ended in February (and shortly after learning that former Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly took her 9 a.m. time slot). And within 24 hours of her making her “I’m leaving!” announcement, she went into the closet of her Manhattan apartment and purged bags and bags of the designer duds she wore on TV, which she documented on Twitter (see below).
“I have Jimmy Choo, Christian Louboutin, I’ve got work clothes, I’ve got party clothes,” she says in the Tweet. “I have packed up a mother lode!”
Turns out, her spring cleaning was all for a good cause—she donated all of her pieces to Housing Works, a non-profit that benefits homeless and low-income New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS.
Now, we have the exclusive first look at the donations Hall made that are going up for auction this week, including pieces from Gucci, Fendi, Dolce & Gabbana, Givenchy, Chanel and more high-end designers. All of the designs will be auctioned online at shop.housingworks.org starting this Saturday, April 8.
“I first became aware of the great work Housing Works does when I moved to NYC almost 11 years ago,” Hall tells PeopleStyle. (Her work with the organization will be honored at its 2017 Groundbreakers Awards on April 26.) “The work they do saves lives and gives those suffering from homelessness and AIDS the support and dignity they deserve. To share my donation with them brings me great joy and adds to the purpose of helping others.”
Scroll down for an exclusive first look at the some of the highlights of her sale, and check out the whole selection starting Saturday on shop.housingworks.org.
Jimmy Choo Shoes
Cavalli Leather Jacket
Marc Jacobs Python Handbag
Tom Ford Pumps
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