Singer Brooke Fraser is auctioning off three custom-made dresses by top Kiwi designers, worn during her recent New Zealand tour, to raise money for Starship Children's Hospital.
The dresses, designed by Juliette Hogan, Zambesi, and Stolen Girlfriends Club, are up on Trade Me. Money from their sale will go to Starship's newborn intensive care unit, which admits about 1000 babies every year.
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The extra funds will allow the unit to buy equipment.
The dresses are said to have been designed with Fraser's expanding baby bump in mind, but they will be altered to fit whoever wins the auctions.
Fraser wore the Juliette Hogan black peony lace full-length gown at her Christchurch show.
"When Brooke approached us to design a bespoke piece for her Brutal Romance Tour to then be auctioned off for Starship Hospital, it was a no-brainer for us to get on board. It is a wonderful cause," Hogan said.
The Stolen Girlfriend's Club dress was worn at the Wellington show.
"We wanted to compliment Brooke's gorgeous figure with the fitted mesh shape while also showing off her new belly," a representative from the designer said.
"The gem-stone print is part of our upcoming resort 15 collection. We think Brooke's a bit of a gem so it's a no-brainer."
Finally, Zambesi's dress from Fraser's Auckland show is up for grabs.
"The choice was inspired by both Brooke and the vision of her performing in The Holy Trinity. We thought she looked amazing," a Zambesi representative said.