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Kristen Stewart auctions off her see-through 'Breaking Dawn: Part 2' dress to help victims of Hurricane Sandy

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Kristen Stewart Dress Auction
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It’s no secret that Kristen Stewart loves to wear sheer clothes, but the nude lace Zuhair Murad gown she wore to the Hollywood premiere of Breaking Dawn: Part 2 took the see-through look to a whole new level.

Now the actress’ daring dress is being auctioned off to help raise money for victims of Hurricane Sandy. 

Stewart, who was among the presenters at the recent 12-12-12 concert, donated the gown — which she autographed — to a CharityBuzz auction benefitting the Robin Hood Foundation’s Sandy Relief Fund, which provides long-term support to those affected by the storm.

The current high bid on the garment (which has an estimated value of $7,500) is $3,750, but fashion fans have until Thursday, December 20th at 4:13pm EST to best the offer.

Among the 12-12-12 concert items on the block are a Fender Bass guitar (which has a current high bid of $41,100) signed by Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, Roger Daltrey, Eric Clapton and more of the music legends who performed, and the hoodie worn onstage by Kanye West. Sorry, Kanye’s buzzed-about Givenchy leather kilt is not up for grabs.

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