Kim Kardashian West is auctioning some of her clothes on eBay to raise money for a justice reform project.
The reality TV star is selling almost 200 items from her wardrobe, including a Burberry jacket, Dior heels and Louis Vuitton boots.
According to her Instagram, an undefined portion of the proceeds will go to The Buried Alive Project, an organisation pushing for reform of the US justice system, particularly life without parole sentences handed down under federal drug laws.
Kardashian West has posted photographs of herself wearing many of the clothes on her Instagram Stories.
The top bid for a white t-shirt is currently $152, while a beige bodysuit is fetching just over $200. Demand for a Chanel bag is highest, with bids of more than $4,000 and a black Prada crop top sits at $3,800.
Earlier this month, Oxygen Media approved a two-hour documentary showing the Keeping Up With The Kardashian star’s efforts to free prisoners she believes were wrongly accused.
She recently revealed in an interview with US Vogue that she is studying to be a lawyer, and said in a statement posted online that she was working all day and spending her nights studying to “follow a dream”.
On Friday, she and musician husband Kanye West welcomed their fourth child who was born via a surrogate.
In a tweet, the 38-year-old described her son, who has not yet been named, as “perfect”.