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Lanvin will create luxury, high-end versions of its $199 to $249 dresses for H&M to be auctioned off to benefit UNICEF, reports Fashionista. "A total of 25 garments will be available for purchase via bidding on the charity’s own auction site. Alber Elbaz has also donated five original and signed sketches of the collection, also to be auctioned off." [Fashionista]