American fashion supermodel and entrepreneur Karlie Kloss has teamed up with streetwear and sneaker marketplace StockX, in order to raise money for the former's non-profit organization — Kode With Klossy — a free coding program established by Kloss to create new opportunities in the technology sector for young women.
The campaign will see items from Karlie's very own wardrobe up for grabs, including an Off-White™ tee gifted to those who walked the brand's Spring/Summer 2019 show. You'll find details for all of the prizes up for grabs in the competition, the entire net proceeds of which will go towards Karlie's non-profit organization. So, to be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is donate $10 to the good cause here.
How to enter: Donate $10 via the StockX site, net proceeds of which will go to the Kode With Klossy non-profit organization Start: Now End: Friday, December 6, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. EST Eligibility: US customers only
Here are the prizes:
Louis Vuitton x Jeff Koons Neverfull Van Gogh Masters
In collaboration with New York artist Jeff Koons, this Louis Vuitton Neverfull features a hand-painted reproduction of Vincent Van Gogh’s artwork. Part of The Masters Louis Vuitton x Jeff Koons collection, these are super limited and highly sought-after pieces.
SS19 Off-White™ Fashion Show Model Exclusive T-Shirt
This rare Off-White™ T-shirt was given to models that walked the Spring/Summer 2019 Off-White™ show in Paris, and now could be yours. This is Karlie’s personal T-shirt from the show, adding you to a select list of a few dozen supermodels.
adidas x Futurecraft 4D Ash Green Men’s Size 9
A collaboration between adidas and the Silicon Valley tech company FutureCraft, this sneaker was made using 3D-printed materials to create an innovative and sleek silhouette. This sneaker was one of only 300 made, given to special friends and family of adidas at its unveiling in April 2017.
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