Another day, another celebrity’s clothing going up for sale. Victoria Beckham‘s charity auction for The Outnet just went live yesterday, but Madonna fans might want to hold tight to their coins and wait a few months to get their hands on some of the singer’s old stuff. Yup, Madonna’s outfits and several other keepsake items are going up for the bidding November 7 at Julien’s Auctions in Beverly Hills.
Fashionphiles can choose from several clothing items, including the latex look she wore on the cover of V magazine with Katy Perry, the pink dress she wore in the “Material Girl” music video along with costumes from Evita and A League of Their Own.
Also up for grabs is one of Madonna’s Billboard Music Awards honoring her 2000 video for “Music,” the American Music Award she won in 1991 for “Vogue” as well as handwritten lyrics, an old diary from 1988 and more.
Sounds pretty exciting. So what does Madonna have to say about a chunk of her pieces being sold off? According to Page Six, very little. The singer’s publicist, Liz Rosenberg says that Madonna doesn’t even know that the auction is happening. This begs the question: How did the auction house manage to get its hands on her old personal items like journals and music awards? “I do not believe any of what is being auctioned off was in Madonna’s possession,” her publicist said. “Designers often supply clothes for shoots that are then returned to the designers.”
Still doesn’t explain the diary or the awards, but, uh…maybe Madonna won’t even notice they’re gone?
[via Page Six]