The singer will donate half the proceeds to charity.
The Darkness frontman Justin Hawkins is selling some of his old trademark outfits.
The singer, known for his leather jumpsuits and flamboyant attire, is auctioning off a collection of his wardrobe because his house is “full of them”. Taking to Twitter, Hawkins said: “I still love these outfits, but I’m not going to wear them again!”
One particular outfit is currently at £265 on eBay, while previous items fetched up to £450. As the Metro report, half of the proceeds from the auctions will go to the Mayhew Animal Home in London.
The Darkness released their third album ‘Hot Cakes’ in 2012 and are thought to be working on its follow-up. Hawkins also co-wrote a song on Weezer’s latest album, ‘Everything Will Be Alright In The End’