Dame Helen Mirren is very much Hollywood royalty and needs no introduction, which is why we are truly honoured to have her throw her support behind our Closet Clear Out campaign with Refuge.
The star of the silver screen is offering film fans an amazing opportunity to purchase an item worn by the Dame herself. Helen is donating a pair of her favourite shoes from one of ours and the Duchess's of Cambridge favourite fashion brands, LK Bennett.
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The gorgeous silver flat shoes are one of those amazing pieces that can easily be dressed up or down.
Wear them casually with jeans and a shirt, or let the slip-on shoes add a little sparkle to an evening look, from a pair of tuxedo trousers to a little black dress, these shoes are gorgeous and so versatile.
And while we are excited that Dame Helen is supporting our campaign, she admits she's only too happy to help.
"Self-isolation is a strange time for us all, but it's so important that we remember to look out for vulnerable women and children who are experiencing domestic abuse across the country right now. So I'm very pleased to be able to support Refuge, and the Closet Clear Out campaign and hope that these lovely shoes find a happy new owner in the process."
To step into this award winning actress's shoes, make sure to place your bid here!
How to donate to OK! Closet Clear Out For Refuge
To bid on your favourite celebrity's item of clothing to raise money for Refuge, supporting victims of domestic abuse, head over to our eBay shop NOW!
And if you would like to take part in OK! Closet Clear Out Campaign yourself, just #CREATE space in your wardrobe, #DONATE £5 to Refuge and #NOMINATE friends to do the closet clear-out.
Text OK4REFUGE 5 to 70480 to donate £5
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If you’re in need of help, don’t suffer in silence.
Call the Refuge Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247. It’s staffed 24 hours a day, every day of the year, with a dedicated team of experts on hand to offer help and advice. If you’re in immediate danger, call the police on 999. If you can’t talk and are on a mobile, press 55 when prompted and you’ll be connected to the local police force who will help without the need for you to speak.
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