Joss Stone auctions one-of-a-kind dress for charity

Supporting Drop4Drop clean drinking water charity


Joss Stone is auctioning one of her unique dresses on eBay in order to raise money for Drop4Drop, a charity which provides clean and safe drinking water in India, Africa, South America and South East Asia.

The dress is from bespoke Indian fashion designers Monga's, and comprises of two parts; a belly top detailed with white and gold jewels and gold stitching, and a flowing floor length skirt with white and gold jewels and intricate lining.

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Joss Stone is auctioning this dress to raise money for Drop4Drop

The soul singer has only worn the dress once for The Joss Stone Foundation's Indian Summer charity event, and said she wants to continue the "good feeling" she had while wearing the bespoke design by raising awareness for Drop4Drop.

"I am auctioning this beautiful one of a kind dress designed by Monga's. This dress will raise money for the charity Drop4Drop who literally save thousands of lives by providing access to clean drinking water in India," Joss said.

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The singer has only worn the bespoke design once

"I wore this dress once at our Indian Summer charity event which was such a great success I danced all night till the police kindly told us to go bed! What a wonderful celebration of life we had... Let's continue that good feeling and make a difference by bidding on this gorgeous dress to raise awareness for this fantastic cause."

Bids for the outfit are currently on £330, with the auction set to close on Saturday morning. See and bid for the dress here.

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