Gigi Hadid, Joan Smalls, Ashley Graham, and other models are auctioning off their clothes for the NAACP
If you’ve ever wanted to snag supermodel style, you’re officially in luck. Twenty-three models are teaming up with British Vogue to auction off some of their quarantine looks, with all proceeds going to two amazing organizations: the NAACP and NHS Charities Together.
Each model is auctioning off the clothes and accessories they’ve worn for Instagram selfies during the coronavirus (COVID-19) quarantine.
While the items from your fave’s closet won’t come cheap—most items are already in the hundreds or thousands of dollars—all funds raised are going directly to the NAACP, which works to eliminate race-based discrimination around the world, and NHS Charities, which supports U.K. healthcare workers caring for COVID-19 patients.
If you want to bid on Gigi’s Fenty denim jacket (£420 or around $535) or Xiao Wen Ju’s Nike jacket (£180 or around $229) you’ll have to act fast—the auction ends on Friday, June 12th at 2 p.m. BST, or 9 a.m. EST for those in the US. All of the items worn will be featured in a spread in the July 2020 issue of British Vogue, which really ups the cool factor here.
Of course, if you’re not working with a supermodel budget, you can simply snag some all-star style inspo by visiting the Way We Wore official auction page to see everything that is up for grabs. You can directly donate to both organizations via their websites (NHS Charities Together and the NAACP) because supporting their important work is always in style.