Veronika Heilbrunner at Paris fashion week wearing a puff sleeve black leather coat

Coronavirus Charity Sales on Vestiaire Collective Buy Veronika Heilbrunner & influencers' wardrobe.

6. April 2020

Thanks to Vestiaire Collective Coronavirus Charity Sales, if you have ever dreamt of having Veronika Heilbrunner or Kate Moss’ wardrobe, now you can.

The vintage platform is selling garments from the closets of the ones like Kate Moss, Veronika Heilbrunner, Clare Waight Keller and Rachel Weisz. Several influencers, designers and stylists have donated pieces from their wardrobes to Vestiaire Collective Coronavirus Charity Sales. All proceeds from the charity sale, including Vestiaire Collective’s usual commission, help the fight against COVID-19.

The luxury second-hand online retailer is helping charities and health initiatives in various parts of the world.

France

Vestiaire Collective is a French company. So, French fashionistas, including Fanny Moizant and Sophie Hersan, two of the company’s founders, support Foundation Hôpitaux de France. Among the French participants are Leia Sfez, Carine Roitfeld, Mathilde Thomas and Patricia Lacombe.

Germany and Scandinavia

Sales of the garments of participants from Germany and Scandinavian go to The World Health Organization. Among them; the super stylish Veronika Heilbrunner. And of course, the Scandinavian Sania Claus Demina, Jeanette Madsen and Pernille Teisbaek.

UK and USA

Kate Moss, Clare Waight Keller, Laura Bailey, Jemima Khan and Caroline Issa are some of the many famous names in the UK and US that donated clothes to help The World Health Organisation.

Italy

Italian fashion influencers support the Lombardy Regional Fundraising. This charity helps several healthcare institutions in the north of Italy, where Coronavirus has been the worst. Margherita Missoni and Anna Dello Russo are some of the many famous names in the Italian fashion world participating. Additionally, Chiara Totire has also opened her wardrobe for the Vestiaire Collective Coronavirus Charity Sales.

Spain

In Spain, the proceeds go to La Paz Hospital, one of the largest in the country. Macarena Gomez, Marco Llorente and Pelayo Diaz, among others, support this charity with their donations.

As you can imagine, the garments in the Vestiaire Collective Coronavirus Charity Sale are selling faster than hotcakes. So you must hurry to get hold of pieces from your favourite influencer. Sadly, Kate Moss‘ fab leopard coat is already gone… Here is the link to see all that’s still available in the Coronavirus Charity Sale.

Street style photos during Paris Fashion Week via Shutterstock

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