Yes, You Can Raid Sarah Jessica Parker's Shoe Closet

04/10/2013 at 05:14 PM ET

Sarah Jessica Parker shoes, shoe auctionMike Pont/FilmMagic; Courtesy Gotta Have Rock and Roll Auctions

Rare is the girl who hasn’t coveted Sarah Jessica Parker‘s shoe collection — or that of her T.V. alter ego, Carrie Bradshaw.

But while you can’t walk in Bradshaw’s heels (she is fictional, after all), Parker is putting a few of her fancy pairs on the auction block to benefit N.Y.C.’s LaGuardia Arts High School.

Parker, who donated three pairs of shoes to the auction, is one of 17 stars whose items are up for sale to benefit the performing arts school. She signed the soles of each set of shoes — including the Prada platform clogs and Jonathan Kelsey sandals pictured above — and bidding starts at just $100.

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Also up for grabs: Britney Spears‘s pink-and-gold mules from her “Crazy” tour, Miley Cyrus‘s leather boots worn in her Got Milk? ad, a pair of leopard thigh-high boots from Madonna’s Super Bowl performance and even sneakers signed by Kesha.

Ready to walk in Parker’s shoes? Head over to Gotta Have Rock and Roll auctions when the bidding begins on April 24.

Tell us: Whose shoe collection do you most want to raid?

–Alex Apatoff

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Irma on

Why are they always asking us for money and fundraising when they can afford to donate enough money of their own for the school.

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