Former Vogue editor, Abi Murray, has got lots of industry chums to donate excellent designer gear to sell to you at knock down prices at a charitable Designer Jumble Sale during the final day of London Fashion Week.
The annual fundraising sale, held in association with Vogue.com, should procure jumble like no other. There's no entrance fee and you can expect to rummage through:
bag classic staples (like YSL tuxedo trousers, Kate Spade bags, Marc Jacobs shoes and Sonia Rykiel knitwear), as well as genuinely one-off pieces of fashion history, such as the white canvas Tracy Boyd coat Erin O'Connor wore on the catwalk; and rare vintage pieces by forgotten past masters, including Diane Freis, Emma Domb and Jean Varon.
Prices could be up to 90% off the original RRP, starting from £5. For the truly rare and choice pieces, there will be a silent auction and the chance to win stuff in a raffle.
All proceeds go to Just For Kids Law and other charities supported by the Designer Jumble Sale and the host church.
The Designer Jumble Sale takes place on Wednesday 21 September, from 11am-3pm at The Church of the Annunciation, Bryanston Street W1H 7AH. Free entry.