Everything Everywhere All At Once fans, rejoice! Thanks to A24, the production company, you now have a chance of owning some of the props, costumes and other trinkets that made up the most unique film that we’ve seen in a very long time.
What’s more, A24 is auctioning off this varied selection of costumes and props to support non-profits such as Laundry Workers Center, Asian Mental Health Project, and last but not least, the Transgender Law Center.
The Transgender Law is the largest national trans-led organization which advocates for a world in where we are free to define to ourselves and not be punished for it. The organization is also committed to racial justice and fighting for liberation.
The auction includes several iconic outfits that Michelle Yeoh’s character, Evelyn, wore throughout the film, such as her kung fu competition uniform, as well as that giant baby grow. Other outfits come from Jobu (Stephanie Hsu), like her Elvis Presley and Golf Outfit costume. Most fittingly though, Jobu’s temple verse outfit – which yes, does include the donut hair ornament – is also up for grabs.
The auction is open later on today at 5pm UK time and will be close on March 2 – giving auctioneers plenty of time to put their money where their mouth is and grab a piece of movie history. Most importantly, it’ll help support our siblings in the trans community.
You can find the full Everything Everywhere All At Once auction, and its many goodies, here.