Fashion

Stars auction their shoes

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A host of A-list stars are auctioning off their favourite shoes to raise money for charity.

Famous names including Oscar winner Natalie Portman, Transformers star Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and designer Donatella Versace have donated all kinds of footwear to the Shoemania sale, which will benefit the Orlando ballet.

Portman has donated a pair of her ballet pumps (below), while Huntington-Whiteley opted for a pair of sandals (above) and Versace handed over a pair of signed designer heels (above).

All in all, the auction - held by Profiles in History - will feature 69 pairs of showbiz shoes, including Britney Spears' trainers and America Ferrera's infamous Ugly Betty Converse sneakers.

Bidding starts at $200 per pair with the option to bid online or in person on November 9th at Designer Shoe Warehouse in Orlando.

Come see some of the star shoes up for grabs at the landmark event, above and below.

Picture credit: Rex Features/Profiles in History

Below: Natalie Portman's pumps

Below: America Ferrera's signed Ugly Betty Converse sneakers

Below: Britney Spears' signed pink Timberland sneakers