You Could Win Emma Corrin’s Miu Miu Dress In A £10 Raffle In Aid Of The Survivors Trust

You have until March 28 at 8pm.

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by Hannah Banks-Walker |
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The Golden Globes may have been something of a surreal experience for Emma Corrin this year. Not only was it her first major awards ceremony since her scene-stealing performance as Princess Diana inThe Crown, it was also entirely virtual thanks to the ongoing pandemic. But this did not stop Corrin from pulling out all the sartorial stops in a custom-made Miu Miu gownthat was equal parts brilliant and daring. Now, Corrin is offering us all the chance to win the dress in a charity raffle.

The young actor has partnered with The Survivors Trust, a charity which provides support to survivors of sexual violence, abuse and rape. Money raised from the raffle will help support The Survivors Trust's Live Chat Service, which will be launched later this year. Tickets for the raffle are just £10 and can be purchased here.

The black velvet dress features crystal embroidery and a white organza collar, inspired by the Pierrot clown (the ‘sad clown’ originated in the 17th-century as part of the Comédie-Italienne performance troupe). While it was made-to-measure, it's roughly a size 6.

Posting on Instagram, Corrin said the following in a written statement to announce the raffle: 'It is essential that there are safe spaces for survivors to turn to in order to feel like they can be heard and supported at their own pace by people trained to help. The work that The Survivors Trust does is just this.'

You have until March 28 at 8pm to buy your raffle ticket and entrants must be over the age of 18 and living in either England, Scotland or Wales. The Survivors Trust is also calling for donations, although it did write the following on social media: 'We understand the last 12 months have been tough on many, so if you are not in a position to donate, don't panic, you can enter for free via a postal vote!'

There have been many celebrity auctions for charity in the past but the fact that this is a raffle makes it far more accessible to enter in terms of price. Hopefully, this means more people will buy tickets and thus more money will be raised for The Survivors Trust.

'There should be a world where everyone understands the issues around rape and sexual abuse, and every survivor should be able to access specialist sexual violence counselling and support free of charge and for as long as they need,' said Corrin. 'The money raised in this raffle will be directly applied to making this a reality, please buy a ticket or donate if you can.'


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The Survivors Trust Raffle Ticket, £10

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