Kim Kardashian West is Selling 176 Luxury Items on eBay for Charity

Both sustainable and charitable. 

Multi-hyphenate and new mum-of-four Kim Kardashian is selling her old wares on eBay in a bid to raise money for those in need. 

Her latest passion project pairs her love of the legal system with that of high fashion, as the 38-year-old is selling almost 200 items from her wardrobe, including a Burberry jacket, Dior heels and Louis Vuitton boots.

"Welcome to my store on eBay where you can browse a wide variety of fashion items including clothes and accessories from my favourite designers" states the store description. 

Kardashian West's project aims to raise money for a very worthy cause as "a percentage of the proceeds from all my auctions benefit the Buried Alive Project".

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According to her team, 10% of sale profits will go the charity, which helps to advance the movement of reforming the US criminal justice system, focussing on life without parole sentences under federal drug law.

The organisation is a fitting choice for the entrepreneur who recently revealed she is preparing to take the bar exam in 2022 and has so far successfully helped free Alice Marie Johnson from a life sentence, as well as 17 other inmates over the past three months. 

Currently, the highest priced item on the auction is an extra large Chanel raffia tote bag that has racked up 73 bids and a $4,055 (£3,114) price tag.

Other popular items include a Prada nylon crop top with zipper detail and a curve-accentuating black bodysuit by the late Alaia, which has currently amassed 90 bids.

Earlier this month, Oxygen Media approved a two-hour documentary showing the Keeping Up With The Kardashian star's efforts to free prisoners she believes were wrongly accused.

On Friday, she and musician husband Kanye West welcomed their fourth child who was born via a surrogate.

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