In less than a year, Lebanon has experienced economic collapse, civil uprising and mass protests, the coronavirus pandemic, and a horrific explosion that compromised Beirut’s central ports, injured over 6,500, and killed more than 200. While citizens—many of them businessowners, including designers whose storefronts and studios were demolished in the blast—and the international community have rallied behind the country, there is still much work and rebuilding to be done. To bolster funds for NGOs on the ground in Beirut and the surrounding cities, French-Lebanese director Sophie Tabet and her sister Laura have created the Beirut Re-store, an online marketplace whose proceeds will benefit the Beirut Emergency Fund 2020. The Tabets collaborated with Creatives for Lebanon, and called upon their network of art-world friends and contacts to donate photographs, paintings, sculptures, clothing, and jewelry for the shop—and they delivered, with pieces from Azzedine Alaïa, the Dior and Yohji Yamamoto Archives, and Grace Wales Bonner available for purchase. Think of Beirut Re-store, as my colleague described it, like a high-concept yard sale; a place to scoop up a Johnny Dufort print, a tote bag from J.W. Anderson, and a jacket from Ashley Williams. The online shop goes live on Friday, October 2 at 12 p.m. EST, and runs through January 2021. Below, browse some of our favorite items on sale—including a pair of retro Dior sunglasses, which calls to mind the collaboration the French house had with Rihanna in 2016.