"Good in Goodbye" Dress Worn and Signed by Madison Beer
Take home this exclusive dress worn and signed by the singer and influencer Madison Beer!
The outfit is from Madison's 'Good in Goodbye' video shoot in September 2019.
- Color: blue with black details.
- The outfit does have some holes from wear and tear during the shoot.
- The outfit will come with a Note of Authenticity.
Singer songwriter Madison Beer has attracted the endorsement of Time, Complex, NME, The Guardian, Billboard and more, having accumulated over 2 billion streams globally, and selling over 1 million records in the UK alone. Prior to signing to Epic records, her independently released debut EP As She Pleases made her the first ever independent female to break into the Top 20 Radio Charts, after debuting in the Top 5 on iTunes in 18 countries and in the Top 10 in 42 countries worldwide.
In January 2020, Madison released "Good in Goodbye", the first official single to be released from her upcoming debut studio album, Life Support.
Madison joins Annie Lennox by standing in solidarity with The Circle's fundraising appeal to support some of the world’s most vulnerable women and girls. The Circle has long been there for the world’s most vulnerable women and will continue to do so at a time of even greater urgency.
Please note: the shipment will be arranged after closing of the auction and additional charges may apply.
The Circle, founded by Annie Lennox in 2008, brings together women from all walks of life so that they can learn about the injustices and inequality facing many millions of women and girls around the globe, inspire, be inspired and ultimately take action to bring about change.
They believe in a world where women and girls are empowered, self-reliant, and able to influence the decisions that affect their lives.
They campaign and advocate for equal opportunities and the ability to realise fundamental rights, raise funds to support women's rights and work in partnership with like-minded organisations which are already doing exceptional work.
The Circle to date has supported over 160,000 women and girls in more than 16 countries. This has been done through using the income raised by the women members of The Circle and through the advocacy work they have undertaken such as publishing reports on the implementation of the Maputo Protocol in Kenya and the fundamental right to a Living Wage in the garment industry.
The Circle's vision is equality for women and girls in a fairer world.
Funds from this auction will support The Circle’s emergency Covid appeal.