Accessories From Lady Gaga’s Vanity Fair Shoot To Be Auctioned
Normally when fashion magazines are done with a shoot, they pack up all the accessories and clothes send them back to whichever designer showroom they borrowed them from. But Lady Gaga is auctioning off the baubles she wore in her recent Vanity Fair spread for two very good causes.
Portraits of Gaga by Annie Leibovitz and Tony Bennett, the crooner who appears in the magazine painting a portrait of Gaga, will be sold alongside shoes and jewelry on eBay.com/celebrity starting today at 1 pm. Page Six reports that the auction will include a pair of shoes by Brian Atwood, a ring by jeweler Alexis Bittar, sunglasses from Mercura and earrings from House of Lavande. The auction will also include the portrait of Gaga Bennett is painting in the magazine, a print of the cover that Leibovitz autographed and a poster of the cover autographed by Gaga herself.
The auction will benefit Bennett’s Exploring The Arts foundation, which sponsors an arts-focused high school named after him, and Gaga’s Born This Way foundation. Take a look when the auction goes live, and do something good for the children.