Bella Hadid is auctioning off her own personalised clothes for charity.
The model took to Instagram to announce that she will be selling customised pieces from her Chrome Hearts collaboration to raise money for organisations including Know Your Rights Camp and Feeding America.
"I can’t wait to tell you about a project I started at the beginning of quarantine... I’ll be auctioning a whole bunch of limited edition @chromeheartsxbella pieces made by me @ home during my time alone," she explained, referencing her self-isolation amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Previous Chrome Hearts x Bella collections, which began in 2017, have included sunglasses and T-shirts, as well as bags.
Bella said 100 per cent of proceeds from the auction will be going to the charitable organisations, which she hoped would "further the liberation of Black people worldwide."
"Making these pieces meant and means so much to me and I’m grateful to @laurielynnstark @richardstarkchromehearts and @mattyboy90 for allowing me to send the profits to where they are most needed," Bella continued. "So i hope you enjoy & love it all as much I enjoyed making it for you. can’t wait to show you."
While the 23-year-old didn't confirm what pieces would be, she shared a series of snaps which included a pair of customised fuzzy dice, and an embroidered bathrobe.
"Proud of you my love," her mother Yolanda Hadid commented, while designer Marc Jacobs wrote: "Beautiful Bella."
Know Your Rights Camp was founded by American football player Colin Kaepernick, who has tirelessly campaigned for racial equality, while Feeding America works to supply food banks across the country for those in need.
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