Khloe Kardashian has done something very kind for a very good cause.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has set up an ebay page selling clothes from the Kardashian/Jenner clan.
She is said to be "excited" to give her fans the chance to own some of her clothes while raising money for a good cause.
The eBay page explains what charities all the money is going to, including The Children's Hospital, Los Angeles.
The page reads: ''Welcome to the official eBay store for Khloé Kardashian. The entire Kardashian & Jenner family have opened up their high-fashion wardrobes to their fans, right here on eBay, all while supporting the causes they care about."
It goes on to add: ''A percentage of the proceeds from Khloé's auctions benefit The Children's Hospital Los Angeles. Browse a wide variety of fashion items – these include some of Khloé's favorite clothes, accessories, and designers like Vera Wang, Dolce & Gabbana, Jimmy Choo, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, BCBG, Rebecca Taylor, Chanel & more. You might even find something from the show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians on E! Bid on fabulous items from the family's personal collections and sign up to be notified when new items launch."
Good on you, Khloe!
It seems that the Kate Middleton effect has stuck again!
Following on from the Royal Tour of Australia, where Kate wore a banana-hued frock by Roksanda Ilincic, Ebay reported a 95% increase in sales of yellow dresses in the four days after she wore it.
And on the day she wore the dress, Google reported a surge in searches for “yellow dress” and “Kate yellow dress”.
Some leading high street stores are also said to be selling out of similar styles at lightning speed and have been putting rush orders through to get more in before summer.
So, while William told Kate she looked a bit “like a banana” in the dress, it seems fashion fans are frantic about picking up the frock.
The yellow dress is not the only one of her style pieces that have led to a fashion feeding frenzy.
Wrap dresses and cork wedges became highly searched-for-items during the Royal Tour after Kate wore a Diane Von Furstenberg wrap dress and four-inch wedge heels.
Can this girl put a fashion foot wrong?!
Nativity costumes are selling for three times their original price on eBay as parents lose their minds trying to dress their children for the annual Christmas play.
With shops selling out of the typical Mary, Joseph and Wise Men costumes, parents have resorted to online bidding to ensure their child is appropriately dressed. According to eBay, used and homemade angel outfits are selling for €38, while shepherd costumes are reaching up to €26.
Parents are blaming the schools for waiting too long to tell them which part their son or daughter has been given, resulting in panicked, last-minute shopping.
Back in our day, some tinfoil wings, a tinsel halo and a tea towel on the head always did the trick – what more does a school nativity need?