Crowds turn out to buy Victoria Beckham's clothes

Crowds flocked to a charity shop in Kensington after finding out that Victoria and David Beckham were selling items of their wardrobe.

by hellofashion.com /


Crowds flocked to a charity shop in Kensington after finding out that Victoria and David Beckham were selling items of their wardrobe. Click on the photos below for the full gallery.

In a bid to raise money for the survivors of typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, the famous couple had sifted through their wardrobe archives to donate pieces to the British Red Cross shop.

Fans queued up to get their hands on some of the couple's donations, which included dresses, tops, suits and 100 pairs of Victoria's shoes from designer labels including Dolce & Gabbana, Jimmy Choo and Roberto Cavalli.


 



There was chaos as the women fought to bag some of Victoria's memorable outfits including a black tshirt bearing the word 'POSH', a hoodie emblazoned with 'Spice Girls' and several slip dresses that used to form part of her signature look.

"Typhoon Haiyan has devastated the Philippines, killing thousands and leaving hundreds of thousands homeless," said Victoria.

"The British Red Cross is now carrying out an enormous humanitarian relief project to help all those people in desperate need. David and I are supporting the Red Cross Shop Drop for the Philippines campaign and we urge everyone in Britain to do the same.


 



"Everyone has something in their closet they were holding onto – a dress, suit, or pair of shoes they thought they might wear again… Dig them out, bag them up, drop them off and give someone else the chance to buy them, raising much-needed funds for the Red Cross aid effort. Thank you."

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