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Celebrities frock to a good cause

Actor Miranda Otto (below centre) will command an all-star cast of celebrities and fashion designers at the launch of Westfield Doncaster's Giveability store this morning. The temporary outlet stocks second-hand fashions and accessories donated by celebrities and fashion brands to raise money for children living with cerebral palsy.

Actor Miranda Otto (below centre) will command an all-star cast of celebrities and fashion designers at the launch of Westfield Doncaster's Giveability store this morning. The temporary outlet stocks second-hand fashions and accessories donated by celebrities and fashion brands to raise money for children living with cerebral palsy.

A passionate band of celebrities was mobilised by the Westfield Giveability Program to donate fashion or work shifts in the temporary pop-up stores in Melbourne and Sydney. Among them are actors Rose Byrne, Anthony LaPaglia and Naomi Watts, DJ Ruby Rose, soccer star Harry Kewell, designers Yeojin Bae and Leona Edmiston (pictured with Otto), Sarah-Jane Clarke and Heidi Middleton of Sass and Bide, Dan Single of Ksubi, Bettina Liano and Wayne Cooper. The Giveability store will stay open until Sunday, ahead of National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Week.

A collection of five exclusive pieces will also be sold online, including a ring worn by Drew Barrymore, a signed Kylie Minogue crew T-shirt, Naomi Watts's vanity case and Olympic gold medallist Torah Bright's snowboarding outfit and board.


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