As a fashion designer of her own line, Stories… by Kelly Osbourne, and a guest judge on “Project Runway,” Kelly Osbourne certainly understands the value of dressing well. Now the television star is leveraging the value of designer fashion to benefit a charity near and dear to her, Race to Erase MS.
Through the nonprofit designer apparel resale website Union & Fifth, Osbourne has donated an eclectic mix of young, fun clothes featuring Rebecca Minkoff, new-with-tags British Topshop, Asos, and Issa. Highlights include a fuzzy pink skirt, a pin-up girl circle skirt, and a moto-jacket. 75% of the proceeds from the sale will directly benefit Race to Erase MS, which held its 22nd annual Gala in April and its annual Orange You Happy to Erase MS campaign throughout May.
Osbourne has been involved in the fight against MS since her brother Jack was diagnosed with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis in 2012. A year later, Sharon and Jack Osbourne were both honored with the “Medal of Hope” award at the 20th annual Race to Erase MS Gala.
Source: PR Newswire