Want to get your hands on Laura Whitmore’s designer clothes? Then hop online to Cudoni’s exclusive charity sale for Women’s Aid…
Some of the biggest names in media and fashion have donated clothes and accessories for an exclusive sale to raise money for domestic abuse charity Women’s Aid.
Hosted by luxury fashion resale service Cudoni, the sale offers an edit of designer items for sale donated by high-profile stylists, journalists, authors, broadcasters and influencers like former Editor-in-Chief of British Vogue Alexandra Shulman, Love Island presenter Laura Whitmore and podcaster and writer Pandora Sykes.
The sale, consisting of luxury items from designers such as Alexander McQueen, Ganni & JW Anderson, launches on Friday 15 May at 12pm, with 100% of the money raised from sales donated to Women’s Aid, including Cudoni’s usual commission rate.
In recent weeks, due to the rise in domestic abuse cases during lockdown, Women’s Aid has spoken out about the urgent need for more financial support.
‘Survivors have told us that they are experiencing escalated levels of abuse due to the lockdown’
‘In recent months, we have all witnessed the spread and impact of coronavirus,’ said Faye Connelly, Women’s Aid Fundraising Manager.
‘Survivors have told us that they are experiencing escalated levels of abuse due to the lockdown.
‘As long as the restrictions are in place, we expect to see a continued rise in demand for our services. Cudoni’s support will make a huge difference to ensure that we can support more woman reaching out.’
Cudoni founder, James Harford-Tyrer, who was recently shortlisted in Forbes’ prestigious 30 under 30, is passionate in supporting those affected by the outbreak.
In addition to the Women’s Aid campaign, Cudoni will also be donating 10% of all other marketplace sales to NHS charities together, when shoppers use the code FIGHTCOVID19.
Others wishing to sell luxury items with Cudoni are now given the option to donate a percentage of profit made from their sale to charities fighting COVID-19.
James has also offered 50% of interview spaces to students and graduates affected by the COVID-19 exam cancellations.
In line with the government guidelines, every item within the edit has been collected contact-free, adhering to Cudoni’s strict new collection policy.