Remember all the way back in September when Kate Moss tore apart a vintage Christian Dior dress at a glitzy party in London’s Victoria and Albert Museum?
Well being such a kind soul, the supermodel has donated the remnants of that gown to a charity auction.
The 1930’s cream, stained number has been given to Moss’s friend and stylist James Brown to help him raise money for Cancer Research UK.
The former Elle Style Awards hairdresser of the year told the Daily Mail: "I know first-hand the devastating effect cancer can have so I jumped at the chance to do something to help.”
The delicate frock was reportedly ruined by Courtney Love when she accidentally stepped on the train. As the dress slowly fell apart throughout the night, Kate improvised and hitched it up into a mini-dress.
Insiders have predicted the vintage frock will be an iconic piece of fashion history in years to come.
If you have some spare change rattling around your pockets, you can bid at the James Brown Collection eBay shop.
The highest bids at the auction - which ends next Friday - will win.