The famous Antonio Berardi dress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
wore to the premiere of Transformers 3: The Dark of the Moon
, last June, is about to be embelishing someone else's closet. In a heartfelt gesture, Rosie is donating that red beaded gown - which she embraced with all her natural allure together with the sexy spice she borrowed from the cartoon character Jessica Rabbit - to the British Heart Foundation's Tunnel of Love auction. Aimed to finance groundbreaking cardiac research, the proceeds from the dress will then be handed to the British Heart Foundation's Mending Broken Hearts appeal.
On May 29, in the presence of many celebrities, Rosie's donation will be charming potencial buyers alongside the ones of artists Sir Peter Blake and Damien Hirst, and 'It' girls Alexa Chung and Daisy Lowe. The auction evening will be roaring the the glamour of the 1920's as well as the generosity of the cause's supporters. As Daisy Lowe, spokesperson of the event, explained: "I'm so proud to be the face of Tunnel of Love in 2012. Join me for an evening of 1920s glitz and glamour to help the nation's heart charity raise vital funds to mend broken hearts".