Charity platform “Two goods” launches online auction “Celebrity Wardrobe”

New ambitious project “Celebrity Wardrobe” was born on the 19th of March. This is a virtual star showroom on the platform “Two goods” where one can buy and sell clothes and accessories of celebrities online.

Presentation and prerelease of the first star lot has already happened in Mystetskyi Arsenal at Ukrainian fashion week (UFW) in the framework of a special fashion space “JAMALA: looks and sounds”, where six more Jamala’s stage dresses were exhibited. Exactly this jazz singer joined the project “Celebrity Wardrobe” first, sacrificing for the auction an unsurpassed yellow-blue dress by Bichola Tetradze. This costume is very precious for Jamala, as she was wearing it while singing the national anthem of Ukraine.

Absolutely all funds raised during the auction will be donated to the project “Aid centre for the wounded”. This decision was made by the singer herself during the opening night. Among other potential recipients were: charitable foundation “Help the Children”, “Foundation of Darina Zholdak”, “Tabletochki”, Potiyivska boarding school for children with consequences of cerebral palsy and poliomyelitis. New lots have are coming soon. Therefore, in the nearest future one of the above-mentioned charity organizations will be able to get help.

“Two goods” is a non-profit online platform where everyone can play a good buyer and good seller. The previews and auctions themselves are held on the fb page “Two goods”, enter your bids directly in the comments under each lot. After the sales closing a buyer can follow the link, choose a destination for a charitable donation, pay for a lot with credit card or just cash it at the office of the project and arrange delivery. After registering on the website, both the buyer and the seller will be able to follow the fate of their things online.

Platform “Two goods” receives no profit; the project activities are fully transparent and accountable. The project is carried out by the charitable foundation “Aid Centre”.