Gwyneth Paltrow announced she is donating an old gown she wore to the Oscars to help provide coronavirus relief.
The actress’ act of kindness is a part of the All-In charity challenge spearheaded by Leonardo DiCaprio that allows contestants a chance to win once-in-a-lifetime fan experiences by celebrities.
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The gown Paltrow decided to auction off is a hand-beaded silver Calvin Klein dress she wore to the 2000 Oscars. The Goop founder explained she believed it was a “good one to donate” because its “end of the 90s” style has since made a comeback in the fashion industry. However, her recent comments contradict ones she made years earlier where she suggested the designer frock wasn’t very special, and in fact, quite boring. (Text and photo courtesy PageSix)