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Miss Jason Organizes Clothing Donation Featuring Martine Rose, FKA Twigs & More

Raising money for queer, trans and intersex people of color through the UKQTIBIPOC Hardship Fund.

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Miss Jason Organizes Clothing Donation Featuring Martine Rose, FKA Twigs & More

Raising money for queer, trans and intersex people of color through the UKQTIBIPOC Hardship Fund.

Celebrating Pride, presenter and host Miss Jason is putting together a virtual sale on Depop, tapping some of the biggest names in fashion and entertainment to donate products. The fundraiser sets out to raise money for queer, trans and intersex people of color through the UKQTIBIPOC Hardship Fund. The project will aid those who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, and Depop is also waiving all fees for the project, ensuring that 100% of the funds will support the cause.

Miss Jason is tapping Wales Bonner, Liam Hodges, Ahluwalia, Martine Rose, Très Bien and more, as well as entertainment figures like FKA Twigs, Mabel and Neneh Cherry. Pieces range from pieces from new Givenchy creative director Matthew M Williams‘ previous collaboration with sportswear giant Nike, to a bold vintage shell-suit from Neneh Cherry herself.

In addition to the fundraiser, Miss Jason has also teamed up with Liam Hodges and Hasani on a DJ set in partnership with Beats by Dre, which urges viewers to donate to a handful of charitable organizations. Hodges himself donated his own fee from Beats by Dre.

Catch the sale as it goes live on Depop on Miss Jason’s account, @COMCwithMissJason at 6pm BST/1pm ET on Friday, June 19. The sale will run until Sunday, June 21, and you can find more details on Miss Jason’s Instagram.

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