December 04, 2015

Emma Watson is auctioning 7 of her clothings for 'Women for Women'

Women for Women is a brilliant charity that supports women in areas affected by conflict such as Afghanistan, South Sudan and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

This week it is launching Wardrobes for Women, an initiative in which celebrities, including Emma Watson (who has donated her Louboutins), Keira Knightley and Caroline Issa, have given designer items from their closets to be auctioned online to raise funds for the charity.

As Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o says of taking part in the campaign: ‘If my access to beautiful goods can directly improve lives and support women in war-torn countries, I’m in.’

If we can buy them, we’re in, too. The auction will be open from 3-14 December at

Emma Watson: 'It is with absolute pleasure that I am donating some of my personal clothing to such a worthy cause, Women for Women International. Let’s help raise these funds together to support women around the world who need our help.'

Emma was the one who decided of the prices. The items were sold yesterday (December 3), and were all sold in a few hours.


Jonathan Andrew Sheen said...

Emma selling ANOTHER pair of her shoes for charity! It's a Golden Age to be a really wealthy foot-fetishist Emma Watson fan!

Anonymous said...

> Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Wait, wat? I'm from serbia and I don't know of any conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina and I'm prety sure I would know about it. I mean there has been conflict before but not in any way for a long long time