Fashion for cause

Sonam Kapoor who is known as the fashionista of Bollywood has decided to auction her outfits and bags for greater good. Proceeds from the sale will go to the NGO Fight Hunger Foundation, which had appointed the actress as its goodwill ambassador last year.

Fashion for cause

Sonam Kapoor

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Sonam Kapoor who is known as the fashionista of Bollywood has decided to auction her outfits and bags for greater good. Proceeds from the sale will go to the NGO Fight Hunger Foundation, which had appointed the actress as its goodwill ambassador last year. A portion of the amount collected will also be handed to another charity organisation that she represents, Cuddles Foundation, which works for children battling cancer.

The 12 select pieces that will be auctioned include vintage couture gowns and a few designer handbags. “Given that she is a big name in the fashion space, big funds are expected to be generated from the auction,” says an insider.

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