How You Can Own Kristen Stewart's Bum-Baring Dress

12/17/2012 at 01:00 PM ET

Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart
Matt Sayles/Invision/AP

Have you always wanted to flaunt your fit figure? Give strangers a peek at your rear? Turn lots — and lots and lots — of heads? Then we’ve got the dress for you!

On Friday, Kristen Stewart donated the sheer Zuhair Murad creation she wore to the Breaking Dawn — Part 2 premiere in Los Angeles to the 12-12-12 Auction for Sandy Relief. The actress was inspired to help by her appearance on the 12-12-12 concert telecast, and signed the dress to up the value, too. The strapless gown — which features peekaboo paneling and matching panties — is already pulling in $1,750 on, with three days of bidding left to go.

Other items available for auction include a limited edition guitar signed by 12-12-12 concert performers like Bon Jovi, Alicia Keys, Chris Martin, Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney, plus a signed sweatshirt from Kanye West (the one he wore during the show!) and the concert-used drumsticks owned by Dave Grohl. Auctions are open through Dec. 20, and all proceeds will benefit the Robin Hood Relief Fund. It’s a great way to give back — and get something cool — this holiday season.

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shaas on

I dont think people should be wearing something lime that to a movie premire. But if the pepple like to show their junk well then let them. I love kristen stewart in the breaking dawn movies there is no doubt about that.

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