Also on the list: a styled studio photoshoot with the photographer David LaChapelle, dinner with the legendary club kid Amanda Lepore at one of her favorite New York restaurants, a sneaker shopping excursion with designer Jeff Staple, a weeklong trip to the Standard Hotel in the Maldives, and a signed jersey from Russel Westbrook. 100% of proceeds from each gift go towards a charity of the celebrity's choice.
Perhaps the most mysterious and conceptual gift: a "custom invention" by the comedian, Saturday Night Live writer and Los Espookys creator Julio Torres who, also for $1,000, will consult with you via video chat to determine what's missing from your life, create an invention to fill the void, and deliver said invention to you in a chic little Martania purse, handmade by his sister in El Salvador.
Alongside cropped cashmere cardigans, puff sleeve denim jackets designed by Chloë Sevigny, and bizarrely appealing $80 Troll dolls with quartz crystals for hair, you can choose from a lineup of experiences offered by ten celebrity friends of the store.
For $1,000, the Russian Doll actress will leave them a personalized 1-minute phone or video message. (If you ask nicely, maybe she'd even throw in a line from the show—nothing says holiday spirit like "Humanity… a little bit overrated, no?
Opening Ceremony has something for everyone on your list this year. https://t.co/YOQnFTRfsW— W Magazine (@wmag) December 3, 2019