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Celebs' Golden Globes Gear Go To Charity

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The Golden Globes are over! The winners have been announced, we’re all recapping that night’s events, we’re talking about the event’s best- and worst-dressed, and the stars are done partying (for now). Ever wonder what happens to all the fabulous clothes and accessories celebrities wear for the big night?

This year, the Clothes Off Our Back Foundation will be auctioning off the clothes worn by the stars during the Golden Globes and will benefit charities such as the Children’s Defense Fund, Cure Autism Now, and help relief efforts in Darfur. Here’s a short list of what will be up for sale:

  • Kevin Bacon‘s shirt
  • A “My Starbucks” customized beverage t-shirt designed by “Project Runway’s” Mychael Knight and signed by Tina Fey
  • Geena Davis‘s sunglasses
  • Katherine Heigl‘s gown by Escada
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