Attend Versace Fashion Show F/W 17-18 | 2 Seats

Auction closed Wednesday 22 February EST at 11:30

Auction closed

The auction is now closed and the money raised will support

Versace

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Auction won for

€3,000

by Sidney Young

From the 22nd to the 27th of February, the fashion world has a meeting with one of the most important runaways in the world. What are we talking about? The Milan Fashion Week, of course and its Autumn/Winter Woman Fashion Collection 2017-18!

If Fashion is one of your passions, you can't miss the chance of attending the Versace Fashion Show.

You'll get two invitations for one of the most important Fashion Shows in the world, together with important fashion journalists and International Celebrities. 

Bid now and support Operation Smile.

Conditions: The fashion show will take place on the 24th of February at Piazzale Carlo Magno Gate 17, Milan. The auction winner will have to give two names for the accreditation list. Payment is due within 24 hours of the end of the auction. Only credit / debit card and Paypal accepted. Doubts? Write to info@charitystars.com or call us at +39 02 40031010.

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Generally shipment has a cost of 15£ for UK and £30 for abroad. However, this depends on the size of the item. Delivery costs will be made apparent to the user before they confirm their bid. The item will be shipped to the address entered during the payment.

CharityStars aims to deliver items to Europe within 10 working days and to the rest of the world in 20 working days.

Payment is due within 24 hours of the end of the auction. Only credit / debit card and Paypal accepted.

Supporting

Operation Smile

The Foundation Operation Smile Italia Onlus was born in Italy in 2000 by volunteer doctors, nurses and healthcare professionals who participate to Operation Smile's humanitarian missions to operate severe Cranio-maxillofacial deformities as harelips, cleft plates, severe burns and traumas. Since 1982, year in which Operation Smile was built in the USA, there’s been over 5400 volunteers from 80 different countries, including Italy, who made over 240.000 chirurgical operations, which changed lives for thousands of children. Among the main objectives of Operation S...