12 May 2010

Mary Portas Living & Giving shop for Save the Children

As you will have read in this week’s Grazia (if not – what ARE you doing? Leg it to the newsagents now) Mary Portas, also known as Mary Queen of Charity Shops, has been a busy Miss Lizzy of late.

The original pop-up store in Westfield turned out to be such a success that, Ms Portas, never a fan of sitting around idly, has rolled up her sleeves once again to establish another Living & Giving shop for Save the Children in Westbourne Grove, West London. Horay!

This Mulberry bag and Charlotte Olympia shoes are amongst the goodies!

As you would imagine, the latest Portas-Grazia project would be nothing if it wasn’t super-fashy, DARLING! And if the line up of brands that have got involved doesn’t tempt you to go down and have a look, then nothing will! Mulberry, Future Classics, Agent Provocateur and Issa (all based in that area too) have all dug deep to support the project.

This Antonio Berardi dress and Louboutin sneakers are also for sale

Other big names that will be available at knock down prices and ALL for a fabulous cause will be Temperley, Liberty, Diesel and Nicholas Kirkwood shoes. AND Grazia readers are going to be offered a privileged preview before the general public can get in there! The shop will open its doors on 22 May and YOU could be there for the first hour, from 10-11am, and have a chance to snag yourself a 24 carat designer bargain while you can!

See you in the queue!

The Living & Giving shop for Save the Children is at 177 Westbourne Grove  London W11 2SB


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