The worthy cause, Fashion Targets Breast Cancer is a powerful force that unites the fashion world in the fight against breast cancer. Since it launched in the UK in 1996 it has raised over £13.5 million for the ground-breaking research of leading charity Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Topshop has been a key partner of the campaign since 2007.
The Topshop Met Gala dresses will be auctioned on eBay from Thursday 27th November to Sunday 7th December.
Need a little refreshing on the dresses? Let us walk you down memory lane while you get your bidding fingers ready.
Kendall wore a blush strapless dress featuring a delicate fold detail across the top of the bust line, body contouring panelling and dramatic volume at hem. This beautiful shape was created using underlays of netting underneath the hem to support it and an internal corset to secure the dress from bust to waist.
Jourdan Dunn and Toni Garrn
Jourdan wore a vibrant Chartreuse silk gabardine dress with body contouring panels and a slash front detail. A dramatic back dress train with added volume at the hem creates an hourglass silhouette, shaping Jourdan’s body perfectly. Netting underneath the skirt supports the volume at the
Toni wore a pale blue double silk Gazar dress with a delicate fold detail across the bust and back. The plunging back is supported to the waist by an internal lace-up corset. The slim silhouette through the hips, falls from the mid-thigh with dramatic volume, supported by a colour matched net under skirt.
Chanel wore a smoky silver double silk satin dress, with folded pleat detailing across the front and back panels. The dress is backless with two self-rouleaux straps to secure the front of the dress. The hem features a stunning train with floor sweeping panels.
Zoe wore an oxblood gown with a plunging neckline detail and self-rouleaux strapping details at the front and back of the dress to secure it. The thigh-high split and pleat detail at the top of the hip create a contemporary cocktail dress look.