A-list clothes drop in our charity shop TODAY!

11 June 2009

charity shop

It's not just fashion stalwarts like Mulberry, Christian Louboutin and Topshop who have been donating to our charity shop – British stars have been clearing out their wardrobes too! Today two pairs of Superfine jeans and a leather jacket belonging to Meg Mathews (who knows what action they've seen with Kate Moss and co in the past?) land on the shop floor, along with designer goodies from Tess Daly, Lauren Laverne, Peaches Geldof and a whole jam-packed suitcase from Chris Lowe of the Pet Shop Boys! So if you haven't made it down to Mary's Living and Giving Shop at the Village at Westfield already, today's the day. Plus, when we did a stock check late last night, we realised there are still one pair of Louboutin's left on the shop floor! (Size 5, ladies). And if you need any more persuasion (hello, people??) take note from the one girl we spotted ransacking the shelves yesterday: she walked away with a Marc Jacobs jacket for £50 and a 3.1 Phillip Lim dress for £70. Amazing!

But don't forget we need YOUR clothes too in order for the shop – and our shopping neutral concept – to work. Here's how to visit and how to donate...

Drop off your donations at any Save the Children shop in the UK or send your donations clearly marked for 'MARY'S LIVING AND GIVING SHOP' to Save the Children collection depot, 4a Cotton Brook Road, Sir Francis Ley Industrial Park South, Derby DE23 8YH.

Alternatively, you can drop off your donations at Grazia HQ. Strictly between 9am and 6pm at 189 Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2H 8JG. For further information call 020 7295 6779.

Come to Westfield London from 4-27 June and drop in your donations before you carry on shopping. Mary's Charity Shop is next door to Donna Ida and Twenty8Twelve on the first floor in The Village at Westfield. The shop closes on 27 June.

Mary's Living and Giving shop is open Monday-Saturday: 10-9pm, Sunday: 12-6pm. From the 4-27 June.


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