As if we needed another reason to love Harry Styles, the singer is now auctioning off his iconic cardigan. The piece, which was made popular by the singer's viral patchwork style, will be sold as an NFT on the website Xydrobe. All proceeds from the sale will be donated to Akt, a charity that helps homeless LGBTQ+ youth.
"In addition to being a pleasant stroll down memory lane, this is also an NFT that will benefit a good cause," reads the auction description. "Akt is a charity that provides support for young queer people who may be on the streets due to homelessness, abuse or family rejection."
Xydrobe is an online marketplace that uses blockchain technology to allow artists of all kinds the ability to sell their work on the NFT market. The website also has a section dedicated to charity auctions, which allows users to raise money for good causes while purchasing high-end pieces.
The Harry Styles cardigan is just the latest in a long line of celebrity clothing items to be auctioned off on the website. Previous items include a jacket worn by Lady Gaga, a shirt from Justin Bieber and a dress from Kendall Jenner.
With the current high-end fashion market, it's no wonder celebrities are choosing to auction off their clothing items. And with the proceeds going to a good cause, it's hard to resist bidding on these one-of-a-kind pieces. So, if you want to have a piece of Harry Styles in your NFT collection, head over to Xydrobe and place a bid.
"This is a very special item," the website's description reads. "You can’t really put a price on it, but we have decided this needs to be sold as an NFT. That way it can be passed around to as many people as possible, so please share with anyone who would love to have a stylish addition for their NFT collection."
So if you're a fan of Harry Styles or just love supporting good causes, be sure to check out the auction for his cardigan! It's sure to be a hot item.The winner of Styles' cardigan will not only be receiving one of the most iconic items in fashion, but a symbol of hope for LGBTQ+ youth.