The May Queen dress and headpiece made of flowers that was worn by Florence Pugh in horror film Midsommar will go under the hammer to raise money for charities helping people impacted by coronavirus.
It was one of a raft of costumes, props and set pieces from films made by production company A24 – including Uncut Gems, Hereditary and The Lighthouse, and TV show Euphoria, starring Zendaya.
Online auction platform A24 Auctions will benefit New York City’s workers and families impacted by the Covid-19 crisis.
Proceeds will be donated to one of four charities helping New York City’s hardest-hit communities and frontline workers – FDNY Foundation; Food Bank For NYC; NYC Health + Hospitals; and Queens Community House.
A hoodie worn by Zendaya’s character Rue in Euphoria will also go up for auction, as well as one of grandma Ellen’s hand stitched doormats from Hereditary.
Also auctioned will be items from Uncut Gems, starring Adam Sandler, including a gem-studded Furby, Kevin Garnett’s Celtics jersey and Dinah’s bat mitzvah dress as well as the lighthouse lens or the carved wooden mermaid from The Lighthouse, starring Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe.
Bidding on the first lots begins today at a24auctions.com.