In the day and age where sustainable fashion is coming to the forefront, celebrities are doing all they can to ensure they are doing their part. The concept of wardrobe sharing is also starting to come to the forefront and many celebrities are opting to hold charity sales for the clothes they want to dispose of with the proceeds going to the charity of their choice. Deepika Padukone recently launched “Deepika’s Closet” where the proceeds from the sale of her items will go towards mental health awareness.
And now, Alia Bhatt has followed suite and pieces from her wardrobe will be available at the sixth edition of the MiSu charity sale. "The concept of sharing wardrobes is slowly but surely catching on and we need more and more people to understand the importance of reusing garments. Changing mindsets is an uphill task but time is precious as far as the environment is concerned," Alia Bhatt said recently. She went on to add that "We need to adopt an environment conscious approach in our daily lives, in little things we do, to really bring about that massive change. I have also started small and I'm learning as I go along.”
In her attempts to promote reusing and recycling of garments, she will be sharing handpicked favourites from her personal wardrobe for charity through the sixth edition of Mi Wardrobe is Su Wardrobe (MiSu).
"Sharing garments only benefits the environment and I'm really happy to open my closet to my fans across the globe. This wardrobe includes select pieces that I've loved and treasured, including a luxury designer gown worn to a popular pre-awards function. Proceeds from this sale will go towards caring for the animals, both domestic and wild, rescued by the Kalote Animal Trust,” the Gully Boy actress shared.
lia Bhatt’s wardrobe is one of the most coveted wardrobes of Bollywood and includes a few designer pret-a-porter pieces as well as high street brands, all available at affordable prices. The wardrobe will be available on SaltScout.com, an online platform for charity auctions and sales, from Saturday. Proceeds from this sale will go towards Kalote Animal Trust, an animal shelter which is home to nearly 400 rescued and abandoned animals.