J Lo's Electric-Pink Gown From 2018's AMAs Is Being Auctioned Off For Coronavirus Relief
Georges Chakra is one of the many designers who are doing their part to help combat COVID-19 — with a little help from Jennifer Lopez. The Lebanese designer, who has created countless showstopping red carpet designs over the years, is auctioning off a gorgeous look worn by the singer. Georges has teamed up with Chic Relief, a charity helping combat the coronavirus pandemic, to auction off the couture gown J Lo wore to the 2018 American Music Awards.
The Fall/Winter 2018 Couture gown comes in an electrifying hot-pink hue made from a silk chiffon material. If you remember, J Lo stunned fans in the sexy halterneck number, which featured side cutouts, a daring thigh-high slit, and black velvet cage detailing on the back. It even featured a cape that J Lo showed off while twirling on the red carpet.
If you're hoping to get the gown worn by Jennifer, you'll find it available Chic Relief from May 17 to May 27 until 4 p.m. PT. One-hundred percent of the proceeds from the sale will go to Direct Relief. The best part is eBay will be matching the funds raised by the dress for up to $1 million and will help provide protective gear, along with other support, to front-line medical workers across the world. How amazing is that?