Luxury resale site Vestiaire Collective is offering up shoes from some celebrities and designers’ enviable closets. The best part? It’s all for a good cause.
The Wardrobes for Women sale will raise money for international charity Women for Women, which supports hundreds of thousands of women living in war-torn nations. The organization offers tools and teaches women skills to allow them to become self-sufficient and to move away from poverty.
There’s something fit for everyone. Highlights include Charlotte Olympia denim Kitty flats, Roger Vivier pumps with a sleek curved heel and Liudmila fur embellished sandals.
The sale is first come, first served, and 100 percent of the proceeds go straight to Women for Women. During New York Fashion Week, designer Misha Nonoo dedicated her presentation to the charity.
“Women for Women International is a truly incredible charity,” said Fanny Moizant, co-founder of Vestiaire Collective. “We really really wanted to partner with them on an initiative that would help raise funds to support their goals to improve the lives of women living in dangerous countries.”
Vestiaire Collective was founded in 2009 in Paris, and now has offices London, New York and Germany. The site adds 2,000 luxury items to its marketplace everyday, and boasts 4 million members across 40 countries.
“This project is a celebration of the incredibly stylish women who inspire us, through what they wear, say, do in the world,” said Hikari Yokoyama of Women for Women. “This passion for style can be harnessed and transformed into energy that will significantly change the landscape of opportunity for women survivors of war.”
The sale kicks off Dec. 3 and runs through Dec. 14 on Vestiairecollective.com.
Click through the gallery to see the shoes included in the sale.