Coronavirus Rachel Weisz also have joined this initiative
Andn times of crisis, many citizens will try to cooperate, that is the reason why the model britnica Kate Moss and actresses such as Macarena Gmez, or Rachel Weisz donate part of your wardrobe to raise funds for the research of the coronavirus Covid-19.
The initiative is promoted by ‘Vestiaire Collective’, a website that encourages the economy to circulate as the sustainable alternative to the consumption fast of garments. With the aim of addressing the pandemic caused by the coronavirus, the platform is associated with influential personalities in the world of fashion, the interpretation and the beauty to launch a campaign of solidarity to support the research of the Covid-19 and meet the needs of the hospitals.
The model Kate Moss, and actresses Rachel Weisz and Thandie Newton, the journalist Anna Della Russo, the creative director of Givenchy, Clare Waight Keller, the heir of the group Missoni and the estililista and make-up artist to the stars Charlotte Tilbury, amongst others, give garments and add-ons for free for a good cause. In Spain add to the initiative the actress Macarena Gmez, the stylist Ana Antic, the footballer Marcos Llorente and the instagramer Nina Uc.
A bomber jacket in leopard print from Kate Mosssome t-shirts from Balenciaga the singer French Patricia Kass or a lovely evening gown from Pronovias, in bubble gum pink, or a parka from the Puma by Rihanna, both of Macarena Gmez, are some of the pieces that can be purchased. Rachel Weisz gives several blouses, among them a red with white polka dots, full trend. In the list of add-ons there are bags from Sandro, ankle boots suede and studs Chlo, besides shoes of Roger Vivier, Jimmy Choo, Miu Miu or Cavalli.
The 100% of the proceeds of the commission of ‘Vestiaire Collective’ is to donate to several organizations that work to combat the Covid-19, including the Organization for World Health, the organisation of Italian Lombardia Region Fundraising, besides, to hospitals of France and the hospital la Paz in Madrid.