Gwyneth Paltrow Is Auctioning Off Her 2000 Oscars Dress for Coronavirus Relief

Gwyneth Paltrow is utilizing style for good.

Yesterday, the star announced that she is selling the dress she wore to the Oscars in 2000 to raise assets for COVID-19 aid ventures. The bartering is a piece of the All In Challenge, which gives nourishment to those in need. Via its site, the association unloads big name things or encounters to raise assets for any semblance of Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry, World Central Kitchen, Feeding America, and America’s Food Fund. (Madonna, A-Rod, and Ciara and Russell Wilson are a couple of individual stars doing their part to help Americans encountering nourishment instability.)

With a declaration made through Instagram, Paltrow sketched out her explanations behind deciding to sell this bit of design history specifically. “It was a hand-beaded Calvin Klein dress,” Paltrow said in a video. “I wore it to the Oscars the year after I won [Best Actress for 1998’s Shakespeare in Love]. What’s more, it’s finish of-the-’90s, which is back in style now.”

Notwithstanding giving the “wistful” outfit to one fortunate bidder, Paltrow is promising to convey it “over some tea or a glass of wine.” The present offer is as of now at $6,250 with the bartering finishing in 12 days. Odds are it will go for a lot higher.