MANILA -- Jericho Rosales and Matteo Guidicelli recently partnered with fellow celebrity Drew Arellano to sell their pre-owned items, with proceeds going to those affected by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Through Arellano's account Drew's Closet, Rosales and Guidicelli were able to auction off jackets, pants, caps, and helmets.
The sale of Rosales' pre-owned items amounted to P73,800 which went to Lockdown Cinema Club, an initiative that aims to help displaced film workers.
Guidicelli's auction for Drew's Closet, on the other hand, was able to raise P17,800 for Puso Kitchen, which provides food for residents of Barangay Calawis in Antipolo.
Meanwhile, some well-known female personalities have given their pre-owned designer goods to the Fashion for Others sale of Vestido Manila.
Among them are Pia Wurtzbach, Marian Rivera, Judy Ann Santos, Steph Kienle-Gonzalez, and Pam Quinones.
Vestido Manila's auction is still ongoing, and the online store regularly gives updates on the funds raised for frontliners and those whose livelihoods have been affected by the coronavirus-induced lockdown.
In a post early this week, Vestido Manila said it was able to raise P116,000 in three days, before adding the pre-loved items of Wurtzbach, Santos, and Rivera.