Schitt’s Creek is one of the most joyous shows on television so it’s unsurprising that creator and star of the Emmy-Nominated comedy, Dan Levy, just announced the show would be auctioning off an amazing 800 costumes to raise money for an anti-bullying charity that supports LGBTQ kids!
In two hours @vspconsignment will be selling over 800 pieces of our Schitt’s Creek wardrobe with part of the proceeds going to @GLSEN to help prevent discrimination and bullying in schools based on sexual orientation/gender identity/gender expression. ❤️ https://t.co/3lqHaqrNc4
— dan levy (@danjlevy) October 3, 2019
In a tweet, Levy revealed the auction (which you can find out more about here.) The collection includes some truly iconic pieces which would make any aspiring Rose happy. The sweet series focuses on the wealthy Rose family who after losing all their money as the victims of a Bernie Madoff-style scandal have to move to the titular small town that their patriarch–played by Dan Levy’s real-life father and star of the American Pie franchise Eugene Levy–brought as a joke gift for his son.
It’s been a slow burn hit for the Pop network becoming one of the most beloved shows in the TV landscape with incredible performances from the Levy’s, Catherine O’Hara, and Annie Murphy as the central family. The Rose’s sartorial choices are a large part of what makes the show so great so this is an amazing chance to be a part of pop-culture history, raise money for a good cause and look good doing it!
If you’re more of a superhero fan, another TV series that is auctioning off costumes this month is Jessica Jones. Though the profits won’t be going to charity, the auction will be hosted by Propstore with the show selling off multiple pieces some starting as low as $50 which even your local P.I. should be able to afford.
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