Robert Pattinson fans will be able to get their hands on costumes the heartthrob wore in his latest movie as the star is auctioning them off for charity.
Robert Pattinson is auctioning some of his movie costumes for charity.
The actor has donated outfits from his latest movie 'Remember Me' including a blue Prada suit, slip-on Birkenstocks, and an off-white LNA T-shirt for an online sale, which will raise money for the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF).
Fans can start bidding for the 23-year-old 'Twilight' star's costumes on the website icollector.com at 11am on Saturday (13.03.10).
His 'Remember Me' co-stars have also donated outfits for the charitable cause.
Actress Emilie de Ravin - who plays his love interest in the movie - has a pair of her denim shorts up for offer and Pierce Brosnan has donated an expensive grey suit.
Costumes from other hit movies such as 'The Blind Side' and 'Leap Year' are also up for grabs.
The actor - who shot to fame following the success of the 'Twilight' vampire franchise - was recently immortalized in wax at the famous museum Madame Tussauds.
Madame Tussauds said: "They have been studying hundreds of photos and pouring through hours of video to ensure that they capture R-Pattz's trademark sultry expression and inimitable style."
It was hoped the waxworks would give fans on both sides of the Atlantic a rare chance to get close to the heartthrob.