Olivia Rodrigo Is Selling Her Personal Clothes And Outfits She Wore In Her Music Videos On Depop For Charity

Olivia Rodrigo Is Selling Her Personal Clothes And Outfits She Wore In Her Music Videos On Depop For Charity

The 18-year-old singer has listed some personal items from her wardrobe as well as the outfits she wore in the music videos for ‘deja vu’ and ‘good 4 u’ and will donate the money to charity,

She announced on her Instagram Story: “My Depop shop just launched. You can check it out to shop the pieces that I wore in the ‘good 4 u’ music video and the ‘deja vu’ music video and some pieces from my own closet. I really hope you enjoy.”

The ‘driver’s license’ hitmaker sold 18 items, including a pair of converse sneakers, a diary and feather pen, and a make-up case, banking $455 for charity.

Her Depop bio read: “items from my music videos + closet All proceeds go to charity. Stream my album SOUR with the link below. (sic)”

Olivia is set to drop a second collection of items on June 8, after the first drop sold out in hours.

In a new listing, she wrote: “DROP TWO COMING 06/08 Items from my personal wardrobe, to yours (sic)”

Meanwhile, Olivia recently admitted becoming a global star amid the coronavirus lockdown was a “blessing in disguise”.

She explained: “It helped me keep my sanity when there was so much drama going on. Being in isolation with people I loved and cared about kept me out of the hullabaloo.”

Olivia also believes lockdown has helped to speed-up the release of her debut album, ‘Sour’.

The teenage star – who played Nini Salazar-Roberts in ‘High School Musical: The Musical: The Series’ – said: “Had I been going to press junkets, and performing on late night [TV], I wouldn’t have had the confidence in writing the record that I did.”

Despite this, Olivia can already see a progression in herself from the time she made the album, admitting she’s now “much happier”.

She said: “Oh gosh, I am so much happier than I was when I wrote all of those songs!

“But it’s also really cool that I made something out of those feelings. And now I get to look back at them and be like, ‘Ha-ha! I didn’t know anything!’”

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