Dozens of people queued to get their hands on clothing and shoes donated by Victoria and David Beckham at the British Red Cross in Chelsea.
Collection includes shoes by Jimmy Choo and suits by Dolce and Gabbana alongside tops, suits, trainers and dresses.
A pioneering new ward has been created to provide specialist care for those who need it most at The Royal Hospital Chelsea.
Victoria Beckham has packed the last of 20 boxes for the charity shop in Chelsea, which included a big clear out of her shoe collection.
– Victoria Beckham
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.
The shop in Old Church Street in Chelsea will put the designer labels on sale on Friday, November 22nd at 11am.
- The Beckhams are packing 20 boxes of 'almost new clothes'
- The charity shop in Chelsea warns that Victoria Beckhams's clothes might be too small for most people to wear
- David and Victoria's D&G suits will go on the rails for £600 and £800 respectively
- The clothes will be displayed alongside the shop's other stock, with labels marking them as gifts from the Beckhams
Designer clothes donated by David and Victoria Beckham are going on sale at a charity shop in South West London. The collection includes shoes by Jimmy Choo and suits by Dolce and Gabbana alongside tops, suits, trainers and dresses. Money raised will go to aid victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
The items go on sale tomorrow at the British Red Cross charity shop in Chelsea, on 69-71 Old Church Street.
London looks set to get its first new footbridge over the River Thames in a decade. Plans are expected to be given the go-ahead for the bridge between Battersea and Chelsea Harbour. The structure would cost £22 million, but be paid for with corporate sponsorship.
Both pedestrians and cyclists will be able to use it, however there will be no segregated lanes.
Frank Lampard will lead England out against Chile at Wembley this evening admitting he is fighting for his World Cup place in Brazil, according to Goal.com.
The 35-year-old Chelsea midfielder will win his 103rd cap in the friendly and captains the side in the absence of the injured Steven Gerrard.
He told reporters: "I understand that, with age and at different parts of your career, you have different challenges. The manager has always said it doesn't matter if you're 17 or 35 going on 36, he'll not look at you any differently, so that's nice to hear.
"The rest is up to me and I'm very determined to meet the challenge that's facing me."
Frank Lampard's daughters Luna and Isla are mascots at the international game against Chile on Friday night. Today he admitted they "weren't crazy on football", but was glad they would be on the pitch to see him get his golden cap.
Frank Lampard will receive his 100th cap from his father and Sir Geoff Hurst on Friday.
Lampard: It will be a special night. I'm very proud. I requested that my dad was involved in presenting my 100th cap.