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Fashion stars at Women for Women International Car Boot Sale, in aid of women in war

20 May Fashion stars at Women for Women International Car Boot Sale, in aid of women in war

The legendary Women For Women International Car Boot Sale, hosted by Alex Eagle and powered by RESELFRIDGES, returns for a seventh year. The annual fashion event will take place at the Selfridges London Car Park on Saturday 18th May.

Guests will be able to explore car boots from luxury brands, designers and stylists, offering past-season, vintage, pre-owned and new designer fashion, together with beauty, with all proceeds including ticket sales going towards Women for Women International’s work supporting women survivors of war.

The Car Boot Sale will be bigger than ever before, taking over both the fifth and sixth floors of the Selfridges Car Park on Oxford Street, and for the first time there will be an edit of Selfridges past-season stock as well as RESELFRIDGES services.

Confirmed fashion brands include Jimmy Choo, By Rotation, Agolde x Citizens of Humanity, ME+EM, RIXO, FRAME, GANNI and Manolo Blahnik, beauty from 111Skin, Sunday Riley, Rodial, Augustinus Bader and Charlotte Tilbury, and jewellery from Astrid & Miyu, Missoma and Astley Clarke, and many more to be announced soon. In addition, stylists, designers and industry names such as Alex Eagle, Brigitta Spinocchia, Poppy Delevingne, Cara Delevingne, Sukeena Rao, Elizabeth Saltzman, Eugenie Niarchos and Noor Fares are emptying their wardrobes and donating pre-loved pieces.

The event is powered by RESELFRIDGES as Selfridges continues in its commitment to offering both temporary and permanent circular experiences and services.

Right now, more than 600 million women and girls live in areas affected by conflict. In only five years, there’s been a 50% increase. By supporting Women for Women International, and their work across 17 conflict-affected countries, the funds raised through the Car Boot Sale will invest in women’s recovery, power and place in the peacebuilding process which is needed now more than ever.

Last year, the Car Boot Sale hosted 26 car boots, raising more than £280,000 in one day and bringing the total raised to more than £1.2 million to help women survivors of war since its launch in 2016.