Grimes Auctioning Off Her Met Gala Accessories to Support BIPOC Families in Ukraine – E! Online


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Couture for a trigger.

Grimes is doing her half to help the Black, Indigenous and other people of colour of Ukraine by auctioning off a few of her most memorable trend equipment.

“I am auctioning stuff from my Met gala look final yr to boost cash to assist get BIPOC households out of Ukraine since they’re having bother exiting on the border,” she shared in an Instagram post on Might 16, including that the public sale on show at Los Angeles’ HVW8 Gallery contains “the works of fifty distinguished artists who goal to help Emergency Response & BIPOC households out and in of Ukraine.”

Explaining that every piece within the public sale “presents a singular interpretation of the theme ‘resistance,'” Grimes donated a whimsical pair of earcuffs, designed by Romantic Elf Jewellery, and chrome CHRISHABANA x Dune Harkonnen face mask.

The experimental musician wore the items to the 2021 Met Gala again in September, together with a sheer Iris Van Herpen gown, for the occasion’s “In America: A Lexicon of Style” theme. Her look—which was inspired by the 1984 cult classic Dune (and subsequent 2021 remake) based mostly on Frank Herbert’s novel—additionally included a duplicate Medieval sword repurposed from an Colt AR-15A3. The weapon, nevertheless, shouldn’t be up for public sale, as its “a everlasting piece” of the Metropolitan Museum of Artwork’s assortment.


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