You Can Own An Item From Sienna Miller’s Wardrobe. Here’s How…

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  • Sienna Miller is auctioning off items from her coveted wardrobe, all in the name of charity

    Sienna Miller is auctioning off items from her coveted wardrobe, all in the name of charity., is the hand-me-down fashion site that boasts fashion editors, models, actresses and stylists as sellers. Think of it as a turbo-charged, designer eBay – and the added bonus? All the proceeds go to charity.

    Not that you need telling, but Sienna kicked started the craze for boho back in the early noughties and ever since, she’s been our go-to style inspiration for laid-back cool. Never looking like she’s tried too hard (she has the ultimate bed hair, doesn’t she?), her elfin looks and rock and roll style have cemented her as Britain’s ultimate fashion ‘it’ girl.

    What might surprise you, is that until now she’s been selling her second-hand clothing completely anonymously under the avatar ‘VIP113’, with 100 per cent of the proceeds going to charity. We can now reveal Kate Bosworth is also on the site. How amazing?

    From today, four more pieces of Sienna‘s closet will be auctioned off and this is your chance to snap up a monogrammed Louis Vuitton bag that has been previously owned by a fashion icon – without the huge price tag guilt.

    The pieces on offer include not only her Louis Vuitton bag (with a starting price of £975), but a £1,200 Vera Wang coat Sienna wore at the Chelsea Flower Show, (with a starting bid of £399), a Cobra & Bellamy watch (starting bid £89), or Sienna’s cute, fluffy red Weardowney hat (starting bid £45).

    Get your detective hat on and try to guess which other fashion legends might be having a spring clean – just hop over to now to bid. Race you to the checkout…

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