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Fashion Industry Offers Up More Auctions to Benefit Japan, Including Seats at Marc Jacobs' Fashion Show

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Fashion Industry Offers Up More Auctions to Benefit Japan, Including Seats at Marc Jacobs' Fashion Show

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The CFDA's "Fashion & Friends for Japan" auction is only a week old, but it's already added some new and impressive items to its list of prizes.

The initial roster of auctions, which kicked off Tuesday, included a Vogue photo shoot and a styling session with Rachel Zoe, but the organization announced today that it's adding a whole new list of goods to the roster.

Among the new items: two tickets to the Victoria's Secret fashion show (along with a meet-and-greet with model Doutzen Kroes), two tickets to the Marc Jacobs Fall 2012 show (along with a handbag), a chance to meet Gwen Stefani backstage after her L.A.M.B. fashion show, and a visit to a Vogue Japan shoot in Japan with the amazing Anna Dello Russo.

Thus far, "a week in Paradise" at Diane von Furstenberg's Harbour Island beach house is the big winner in terms of bids, coming in at a whopping $16,000, but in an interesting twist, two front row tickets to Rag & Bone's show during Fashion Week isn't too far behind, coming in at $6,010.00. 

While the previous auction items will be available for bidding until April, the new additions will be up for bidding until May 5 on charitybuzz.com

Related Topics Japan Relief Efforts, CFDA
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