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Fitting Tribute: Iconic Comic Joan Rivers' Clothes Auctioned Off To Raise Money For Her Favorite Charities — See The Items On Offer

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Oct. 10 2014, Updated 7:30 a.m. ET

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Joan Rivers may be gone, but her clothing will live on — and her passion for giving back. For the remainder of the week, outfits that she wore on Fashion Police and Joan Knows Best will be auctioned off at www.FrocknFrill.com to raise money for River’s favorite charities, God’s Love We Deliver as well as the ALS Foundation. RadarOnline.com has a peek at what fans can purchase.

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This cream tux jacket by Escada was worn by Rivers on Fashion Police and on the red carpet.

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It looks much better on Rivers than on this stand and she would love for it to be worn again.

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Made by Royal Underground, she wore this jacket when she went to London to meet Prince Charles.

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Rivers wore this jacket by Roland Nivelais to promote her jewelry on QVC.

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Rivers wore this Giorgio Armani for her for a PSA on Anti-Cyberbullying.

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She loved Giorgio Armani and wore this jacket on her reality show, Joan Knows Best.

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This is another Giorgio Armani and was worn on the very first episode of Fashion Police!

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A Dolce and Gabana number worn on the opening sequence of Joan Knows Best.

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