Will Smith’s son Jaden Smith became the poster person for Louis Vuitton’s line of Womenswear. He wore a skirt and other gender fluid influenced apparel in the advertisements. You’re a misogynistic transphobic POS if you didn’t purchase at least one pair of women’s pants made for men. At least according to Jaden and his army of overweight unattractive women with chokers and septum piercings who consider forcing their personal opinions on other people to be equality. The world was recently bestowed with fortunate news for those men out there itching to satisfy their highly fashionable cross dressing tendencies will have a crack at owning some or all of that clothing. And it’s for a good cause. The Smith Family is selling their old overpriced attire to help those affected by hurricanes.
The (Smith) family is donating signature pieces to TheRealReal in benefit of the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency. One hundred percent of proceeds from the 300 items listed will go to hurricane relief. Beyond the altruistic sentiment behind your purchase, you’re sure to find a piece that fits your style. Are you feminine and sophisticated? Shop through Jada’s designer clothes. Does your style have a fearless and bold edge? Willow Smith‘s bomber jackets and sneakers might make you excited. Prefer gender-less fashion? You can wear pieces personally selected by trendsetter Jaden Smith And, if you’re shopping for a gentleman, Will’s closet has the answers to any man’s wardrobe needs.
I wouldn’t mind owning one or two pairs of Jada Pinkett-Smith’s old panties. Not for anything pervy, but because I’m inclined towards doing everything I can in helping those afflicted by natural disasters. It’s nice to know celebrities care enough to donate old clothing while these same celebrities ask you who make millions less than them to directly donate cash. And don’t forget the consignment shop getting their cut. 100 percent of proceeds means 100 percent of what’s lefts over after everyone involved gets paid. The handling and other hidden item fees on a few $4,000 Gucci garments adds up. At that rate Puerto Rico would be lucky to receive packs of popsicle sticks as material to rebuild their infrastructure.
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