Comedian Michael Yo, also known as the host for his own show The Yo Show, a Chelsea Lately regular and E! celebrity correspondent, has teamed up with Closets for Causes to benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

Video: Michael Yo Opens His Closet for Susan G. Komen for the Cure

Michael has donated an array of items from his own personal closet, including button-down shirts, blazers, active wear and more.

“My mother was lucky enough to beat breast cancer not once, but twice” says Michael, making this a cause very close to his heart.

The auction includes several designer brands such as Armani Exchange, Diesel, Hugo Boss, Perry Ellis and many more.

“Michael’s closet is the epitome of boyfriend material. Preppy meets urban” quotes Closets for Causes founder Talia Bella. “Girls will want to dress their boyfriends in these good-boy fares and men will happily wear them knowing they’re boyfriend material all while benefiting a great cause”

Susan G. Komen for the Cure is the boldest community fueling the best science and making the biggest impact in the fight against breast cancer. Thanks to events like the Komen Race for the Cure, they have invested almost $2 billion to fulfill their promise, working to end breast cancer in the U.S. and throughout the world through ground-breaking research, community health outreach, advocacy and programs in more than 50 countries.

The auction can be accessed here.

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