A modelling class with Coco Rocha is being auctioned off to raise money for the Philippines.
The country was hit by Typhoon Haiyan in November, which caused extreme devastation and more than 6,000 confirmed deaths.
Now the in collaboration with Fashion Girls for Humanity in order to raise money to help with aid in the affected areas.
Supermodel Coco is offering the highest bidder a masterclass in strutting their stuff on the catwalk.
Designer Ralph Lauren is also chipping in by donating a Soft Ricky Bag signed by the man himself.
For budding designers with some spare cash there is also the chance to bag internships at established brands Proenza Schouler and Prabal Gurung.
The auction will kick off at 10am EST on Friday via Charitybuzz.com.
Fashion Girls for Humanity is a non-profit organisation and was founded by Kikka Hanazawa, Julie Gilhart, Miki Higasa and Tomoko Ogura in 2011.
The Council of Fashion Designers of America has teamed up with the charity to raise money for Waves for Water, which will provide relief work.
Having the auction on Charity Buzz is a big deal because it’s international and it’s charity-based,” Miki said to WWD. “This will be the first time we will be featuring fashion experiences that will include international designers.”
According to WWD there are more than 100,000 active bidders on Charitybuzz, with the average lot selling for $4,000.
Other charity packages up for grabs include lunch with Simon Doonan, a $500 Barneys voucher and an autographed copy of his book The Asylum: A Collage of Couture Reminiscences.
There is also a meet-and-greet with Diane von Fürstenberg and tickets to a Jean Paul Gaultier show in Paris.
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