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The Giveability Store is a temporary Westfield pop-up boutique filled with a treasure of fashionables and a handful of unexpected items. There’s another special thing about this store; 100% of the price-tag will go to Scope to aid in education, respite and equipment for those suffering cerebral palsy (the most common physical disability in children). Essentially to move ever-closer to making this condition”not longer a disability”.

Style icons and starlets like Rose Byrne, Miranda Otto, Naomi Watts, Garance Dore, Bambi Norwood-Blythe, Jess Hart and Erin McNaught have donated pre-loved pieces alongside labels such as Zimmermann, Yeojin Bae, LifewithBird, Alex Perry, Bally, Gorman, Anna & Boy and Alannah Hill. There’s honestly too many to list. You make even find pieces worn by Beyonce and Drew Barrymore among your rummaging. My pick would be a little black dress with tuxedo styling by Arthur Galan AG, worn by supermodel Helena Christensen during a recent LMFF runway show.

Stock will be replenished daily so you’ll always have a chance to find a treasure. And seven very special pieces will be auctioned off online.

Find the Giveability Store for a limited time only at Westfield Doncaster, 619 Doncaster Road (ground level, outside Myer). It’s open NOW until Sunday 31st July at 6pm.

Miranda Otto is the Giveability ambassador, Charlotte Dawson with the ruby red slippers (almost) that she’s donating & Erin McNaught in a silver lace dress also up in need of a new home.

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