She isn't the only fashionable name taking part in the charity sale.
Type Kate Moss into Google Images and you’ll be given a not-so-subtle reminder of who the queen of leopard print really is, as the supermodel has championed tricky-to-navigate animal spots since the golden days of her modelling career.
So you can imagine our faces of the WFH fashion desk when news broke that the 90s muse was parting with her iconic vintage leopard print jacket.
In a bid to fight coronavirus, Vestiaire Collective has asked some of the best-dressed names in the business - we're talking the likes of Kate Moss, Rachel Weisz and Carine Roitfeld - to donate some of their finest garments in an effort to raise vital funds for the ongoing pandemic.
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Just one exciting scroll introduced us to some of the drool-worthy items on offer from Thandie Newton's Jimmy Choo collection to Laura Bailey's delectable designer dresses. The item that will spark a bidding war, however, is Moss’s vintage faux fur leopard print jacket.
Some of Scandinavia's most stylish stars have also chipped in with the likes of Pernille Teisbaek, Jeanette Madsen and Sania Claus Demina all selling their wardrobes.
If you're really looking for a piece of fashion history, Margherita Missoni and Anna Dello Russo have also donated some of their very own pieces to help support the northern region of Italy, where the coronavirus pandemic has hit especially hard.
As Vestiaire Collective was founded in France, the fashion giant will donate profits to the Fondation Hôpitaux de France, an organisation designed to help improve the quality of life for both young and elderly patients. Each fashionable contributor has also chosen a charity of their choice.
So, if you've baked enough banana bread to accompany every meal this week and can't muster up the motivation for yet another bedroom yoga session then clear out your closet and do your bit!
Shop Vestiaire Collective’s COVID-19 charity sale here.
Main image by @katemossdaily on Instagram