Not everyone can afford to live the life of a young, affluent socialite, which is chock full of high fashion, fine art, modelling campaigns, and extremely expensive nights out.
But if that’s the life you aspire to, you can now buy a day in the life of a wealthy Londoner through an auction of “unique experiences,” which was curated by luxury retailer Mulberry, with the help of Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas.
The auction is aimed to raise money for HemiHelp, a UK based charity for children and young people with hemiplegia — a disability which weakens one side of the body.
So not only could you potentially win some pretty cool stuff at auction, you’d also be helping out a great cause. Bids for some of the items or experiences start as low as £300 ($US468) but are likely to go a lot higher, by the time the auction closes on July 14.
From coveted front row seats at London Fashion Week, to jewellery, check out what you can snap up to live like a socialite for a day.
The Buttercup Dress as worn by Cressida Bonas -- £300 ($468). Start your day by wearing the 100% silk French embroidered dress which was modelled by Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend.
The 9 carat Venyx World Gold Madagascar Ring -- £500 ($781). You could team up your designer dress with this Eugenie Niarchos ring, which has the option to add a complimentary personal engraving.
Personalised 'His & Hers' Mulberry Luggage -- starting bid £3,000 ($4,671). Then head out with one of your six piece, natural leather set. The set includes large and small versions of this bag and a passport cover.
Front Row Seats to London Fashion Week Show 2016 -- starting bid £1,000 ($1,559). With your ensemble sorted, you can then show your face in these coveted seats, which are notorious for rubbing shoulders with the world's most famous models, entertainers, photographers, and just generally rich and influential people.
Photos from Mulberry's Autumn/Winter 2013 campaign -- £800 ($1,249). To look even more fashion forward, take home some shots by Tim Walker to display on your walls.
James Hart Dykes's Toy Duck silkscreen -- £400 ($624). You could hang your Mulberry photo next to this signed work of art that's embossed with diamond dust.
Tour the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London with Gregor Muir -- £650 ($1,014). The next day, you could continue to pretend to live the life of the rich and famous by having your own champagne filled private tour with the director of the ICA.
Georgiana Anstruther 'Moments of Being III' statue -- £3,000 ($4,684). And if you want to show off to your friends about your expensive and educated tastes -- pick up this work of art.
Mulberry's Somerset experience -- £3,000 ($4,683). Then at the weekend, you could spend your time in the city of Bath ready to be taken to The Rookery. Not only will you get an exclusive tour of Mulberry's home, you will get an opportunity to create 'one Bayswater bag to your own colour and leather specifications, unique and bespoke to you.'
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