No outfit is complete without some iconic accessories and CharityStars.com has you covered with a selection of exquisite designer handbags, sunglasses and shoes.
Currently up for auction are bags from Tod, Mui Mui, Prada, Stella McCartney, Fratelli Rossetti and Les Petits Joueurs plus sunglasses from Blumarine and Emilio Pucci. There are also three pairs of superglamourous shoes in velvet, zebra-stripes and camourflage.
Proceeds from these auctions will support a variety of causes including:
Art4Sport: A charity that believes in sports as therapy for both physical and psychological recovery for children and young people with artificial limbs and prostheses.
Apeiron Onlus: Aims to help girls and women in Nepal who are often humiliated and discriminated against.
Associazione Veronica Sacchi Onlus: An independent association for the promotion of youth activities and training of volunteer groups.
These auctions close between 8 and 12 September 2017. For more information and to bid please visit: https://www.charitystars.com/collection/2017-fashion-campaign?page=2
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CharityStars.com was founded in 2014 with a passion and aim to change the non-profit sector and continue its mission to help charities raise money. Since launching, more than 1000 global celebrities and brands have chosen to work with CharityStars.com including Andy Murray, Lionel Messi, Jessie J, Joss Stone, David Coulthard and Sir Bobby Charlton, plus over 400 non-for-profit organisations, such as Save the Children and Oxfam. Last year Berkeley University named the company as one of the most “impacting Social Enterprises globally”.
CharityStars.com headquarters are in London and Milan. CharityStars.com commits to no upfront fees, re-investing only 20 percent of the total auction proceeds to cover the full suite of services and operational costs. Excluding this fee, 100 percent of the net funds raised, go directly to the benefitting non-profit.