Hollywood stars like Meryl Streep and Gerard Butler are auctioning off the outfits they wore to the Golden Globe Awards to raise money for the Haitian relief fund.
The stars are donating their awards show clothes to Artists for Peace and Justice, which is raising funds for the earthquake-ravaged country, MTV reported.
House star Olivia Wilde, who is also donating her clothes, was involved in building a school in the nation in December, but it was destroyed in last week's 7.0-magnitude tremor.
"We're not only here for House and doing this for ourselves, but we are here for Haiti. It's a really cool thing and hopefully we can turn all this fashion coverage into something positive," said Wilde, who wore a Gucci gown to the ceremony. The clothes auction will start on Ebay.Com next week.
Even though the awards night was a glamorous event, celebrities still managed to keep a focus on the crisis unfolding in Haiti. Everyone from Streep to Drew Barrymore to Jason Reitman touched on the tragedy during his or her acceptance speeches.