Natalie Hartley - Shares her wardrobe for charity in our exclusive interview

Posted on July 02 2012

The queen of casual high street style, Natalie Hartley - stylist to the stars and senior fashion editor at Instyle Magazine joins forces with High Fashion Society in a charity auction for Kids Company. Natalie has styled some of fashions hottest names from Victoria Beckham, Eva Mendes and Alexa Chung to name but a few. As illustrated by her blog Natalie Hartley Wears, Natalie Hartley is one of the UK authorities on looking great on a budget. In this exclusive video for High Fashion Society, Natalie shares three pieces from her wardrobe and tells the stories behind the clothes. All proceeds from this auction go to Kids Company, a charity offering at risk youth tailored lifelines by providing housing, therapy, leisure activities, employment solutions and guidance. [youtube]BY-KlPiDmko[/youtube] As spokeswoman for achieving your dreams, Natalie Hartley's charity auction for Kids Company is an exercise in using the transformational power of fashion to help kids turn their lives around. When you bid on these three pieces two by Miu Miu and one by boutique jewellery brand Zoe and Morgan (worn by the likes of Alexa Chung and Kate Moss) know that you realising your fashion potential is helping kids realise their potential in life. Bidding for Natalie's pieces begins on Wednesday 4th July. You can bid on these pieces by 'Making an Offer' based on our asking price. Simply click on the red 'Make an Offer' icon and you can submit your bid. The auction will run throughout the month until we get our best offer. If you're feeling generous and don't want to wait till the end of the month then you can buy the bag at the asking price there and then by simply clicking 'Add to Bag'. Those who submit the best bids will be notified via email with a coupon code to purchase the item at their offer price.

Video presented by Aurora Bankhead Shot by Chenelle Morgan

Visit Natalie's blog for fabulous styling inspiration Natalie Hartley Wears

With special Thanks to Natalie Hartley for her generosity and everybody else who was involved in this amazing cause.


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