London, August 10 (ANI): Sienna Miller and Kate Moss have teamed up with other fashionable stars to auction their footwear for charity.
Small Steps Project is a charitable organization which provides shoes, clothing and food to children who live and work on some of the world's largest rubbish dumps due to poverty.
Moss, Miller, Keira Knightley, Margherita Missoni and Paul Smith are just some of the big names who have donated their much-loved pairs of shoes to be auctioned off in October.
Last year, the auction yielded 20,000 pounds and aims to raise even more this year.
"These shoes were given with love. I loved dancing the night away in them and hope they can bring as much joy to someone else. It's a privilege to be able to donate to such a worthwhile charity," the Telegraph quoted Sienna Miller, who donated a pair of size 37 black Stefanel heels, as saying.
Heiress Missoni donated a fan-detail pair of shoes from her family's fashion house.
"I donated these Missoni shoes to the London celebrity shoe auction because I believe it's essential to grasp every occasion to be useful to others," she said.
"My awareness is particularly directed towards problems related to infants and children and I hope that this small act may help even a single child to live better," she added.ther shoes on offer include a red and Perspex Issa pair donated by Knightley, a pair of Giorgio Armani heels worn by Gemma Arterton to an Armani Couture show, and two pairs of men's loafers designed and worn by Smith.
All the footwears have been signed by their famous former owners.
The event will take place at Jalouse club in central London on October 11 and tickets can be purchased at www.smallstepsproject.org. (ANI)