Stewart to auction 'Twilight' premier dress for Sandy victims
London: Kristen Stewart is auctioning the designer dress she wore to the Los Angeles premiere of 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' for Sandy relief efforts.
The 22-year-old actress walked the red carpet last month in a sheer, lace Zuhair Murad gown, and she is now giving one lucky superfan the chance to own it, Daily Express reported.
Stewart, who also autographed the dress, has decided to hand over the garment to charity officials behind the 12-12-12 Auction for Sandy Relief.
The sale follows her appearance at the 12-12-12 concert for Sandy Relief mega gig at New York's Madison Square Garden last week, when she called on viewers of the televised show to keep donating to help those worst hit by October's storm, which caused devastation across America's east coast.
Bidding on the strapless gown has already reached 1,094 pounds.
Other items up for grabs in the CharityBuzz sale include limited edition guitars signed by 12-12-12 performers including Bon Jovi, Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen, a signed sweatshirt worn by Kanye West, and the drumsticks rocker Dave Grohl used as he staged a Nirvana reunion with McCartney as their frontman.
All proceeds will benefit the event's charity, The Robin Hood Foundation.