Will Smith and his famous family members are donating clothes from their fabulous wardrobes in a bid to help those recovering from hurricane devastation. The Men in Black star, his wife Jada Pinkett Smith and their children Willow and Jaden have handed over some of their favourite outfits to luxury online consignment company TheRealReal in a bid to raise funds for the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency.
All proceeds from the Smiths' clothes, which are now available for sale on TheRealReal website, will go to the philanthropic organisation to benefit those who are still trying to rebuild from the devastating storms that swept the Caribbean and America's Gulf Coast last month (Sep17), including Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Harvey, which left hundreds of thousands of people homeless in Puerto Rico and Houston, Texas respectively.
Patriarch Will is offering up some dapper blazers for fans to purchase, including a tan John Varvatos Suede Field Jacket with an asking price of $375 (£286), a navy Gucci Raffia Sport Coat selling for $495 (£378) and some Saint Laurent Wyatt Suede Cowboy Boots, which are going for $695 (£530).
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Mother Jada is allowing fans to step into her Sophia Webster Bibi Butterfly Sneakers for $175 (£133) as well as her more fancy Gucci 2017 Princetown Jacquard Slippers for $675 (£510).
Willow and her older brother Jaden's offerings are decidedly more sporty. Singer Willow, 16, has given fans the chance to cozy up in her Opening Ceremony Wool Varsity Jacket for $345 (£263) and a futuristic see-through Adidas x Rita Ora Lightweight Hooded Jacket for $125 (£95). Elder sibling Jaden, 19, also had fall fashion in mind when selecting his jean jacket donations, selling his Shearling-Lined Trucker Jacket with an asking price of $85 (£65) and his Nina Pilár Deconstructed Distressed Trucker Jacket for $225 (£172).