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Shop Jessica Chastain’s closet during her Vestiaire Collective sale

Copying Jessica Chastain’s sizzling style just got easier.

The Oscar-winning actor and producer donated a selection of her red carpet and street style looks to the 2020 Charity Closet Sale. Vestiere Collective, a long-loved luxury fashion platform. Now her fans can pick up, for example, the Carolina Herrera white minidress she wore to the premiere of the film The Good Nurse or the burgundy velvet dress by Dries Van Notten. I can do it. she shook on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”

To celebrate Chastain’s fashionable fundraiser, her longtime stylist Elizabeth Stewart and Vestiere executives co-hosted a cocktail party at The Nines in Noho. Chastain posed for her photo wearing a black sleeveless Kong tri gown that was on sale.

Chastain partnered with popular luxury platform Vestiere Collective to sell iconic looks from her wardrobe and raise funds for Women for Women International. Neil Rasmus/BFA.com

“I’ve worn these pieces at important moments in my life, and I appreciate the craftsmanship that went into making them,” the flame-haired artist said in a statement. “I hope others enjoy these pieces as much as I do.”

All net proceeds from the sale of her items will be donated to Women for Women International, an organization that supports women survivors of war and conflict.

Chastain hosted the event with her longtime stylist and friend Elizabeth Stewart. Items on offer also included selections from Stewart’s wardrobe. Neil Rasmus/BFA.com

While many of the pieces are meaningful to Stewart, she told Alexa that the blue velvet Givenchy dress made for Chastain has special meaning. “It was by Riccardo Tisci and was one of the first things she wore of his. They ended up bonding, becoming best friends and collaborating on red carpets.”

This burgundy velvet minidress (left) on sale was worn by Chastain for an appearance on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” and the blue Givenchy dress (right) , worn early in Chastain and the designer’s long friendship. Riccardo Tisci.

Chastain’s off-white suit, designed by the late Virgil Abloh, is also a treasured piece. “This is so special because he tragically passed away long before he died and was an incredible genius,” Stewart explained. “He was always a beautiful communicator and kind-spoken, and the suit was like that too. It was a beautiful coral pink with a unique tie detail.”

Also up for sale was the late Virgil Abloh’s gorgeous pink suit by Off-White (left) and a nostalgic Michael Kors dress from Stewart’s closet (right).

Stewart lavished designer items from her own wardrobe on sale, including a red dot dress by Michael Kors. “Polka dots always make me feel happy, so I wore them to my daughter’s college graduation.Due to the coronavirus pandemic, it was a fake graduation ceremony that we staged.A lot of moms gathered together. , literally rent a place, [students] I walked down the aisle. ”

“That’s why this dress is so special,” she added. “Maybe I should take it off the sale!”

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