Kate Moss, Emma Watson and Vivienne Westwood are but a few to support the shoe auction organised by The Small Steps Project.
On our minds is the much anticipated upcoming celebrity shoe auction organised by The Small Steps Project. In celebration of their 6th year anniversary, the charity supporting disadvantaged children in Romania, Cambodia and Laos, is hosting an online auction featuring shoes sourced from the wardrobes of Kate Moss, Emma Watson and Vivienne Westwood, to name a few. The initiative, founded by former celebrity reporter Amy Hanson, started off with the purpose to provide shoes for barefoot children living on rubbish dumps and has to date expanded to provide healthcare and education, and the star-signed shoes go on sale on the 1st November (with all proceeds benefiting the charity). Have a browse of what’s in store here.
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