A Supreme x Louis Vuitton Teddy Bear Is up for Auction

Created for a good cause.

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The latest, and possibly last, piece from the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collection has been unveiled — and this time it’s an accessory created for a good cause. The teddy bear was shown on Kim Jones’s Instagram, modeled by Kate Moss, who had on a pair of Supreme x LV bunny ears.

The piece was created for the BBC network’s Children in Need show — an annual charity event that raises money for a variety of causes — and has now made its way to eBay. The listing is live, but is only available to pre-approved buyers — so you’ll need to send an email before you can send a bid.

You can bid on the Supreme x Louis Vuitton teddy bear now on eBay. The last rare piece from this collection was a monogram fur parka that was given as a gift to model Noah Luis Brown.

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