Elizabeth Hurley's Animal Ball mask is set to be sold to charity.
The 51-year-old actress wore a golden Georgia Hardinge Macaw head piece, accompanied with a stunning blue gown, to the Animal Ball event in London, which saw a number of dinners take place across the capital last month prior to the ball at Victoria House in London's Bloomsbury, and the extravagant item will soon be available to purchase for £400.
Vero - the Animal Ball's social media partner - will sell the head piece alongside 11 other accessories, which depict a variety of endangered species, including the gorilla pop mask worn by model Lily Cole, the Ganesha elephant mask sported by Ellie Goulding, Princess Eugenie and Matthew Williamson's self made butterfly mask, as well as Charlotte Tilbury's showstopping peacock mask.
The organisation will see 100 per cent of the profits be donated to the Elephant Family charity, who protect endangered animals across the globe.
Other popular masks for sale from the charity event are the Stripe a Pose Zebra mask by Philip Treacy, the Himalayan monal bird mask, the fashion mogul Jimmy Choo's oaxaca hummingbird piece and the turtle mask by Alice Temperley.
And the organisation have revealed they are "thrilled" they are able to give those who couldn't attend the star studded event, to still purchase and feel a part of the occasion by purchasing a mask and keeping it as a "momento".
Speaking about the fundraising, Ruth Powys - who is the CEO of the Elephant Family - said: "Vero has been the perfect social media partner as it's allowed us to communicate privately with our patrons and ambassadors, as well as publicly with our supporters via a single app.
"We love that Vero gives us the ability to deliver a fundraising first through social media purchasing. We're thrilled to be able to offer those unable to attend this year's ball, the chance to buy now and own an exclusive designer memento."
The items are available now via the Vero app www.vero.co.