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This coming Thursday, the 07 April, Team LLG, (that’s myself and brilliant Briony, LLG’s editorial associate), will be lurking in The Oxfam Curiosity Shop at Selfridges London, ready to give customers styling advice and tips.

A host of A-list stars have joined forces with Annie Lennox, Oxfam and Selfridges to create Britain’s biggest charity pop-up shop, The Oxfam Curiosity Shop, which is open between 1-10 April at Selfridges London.The shop will be full of celebrity, vintage and designer fashion for you to buy, and we’ll be able to show you how to work this season’s trends, re-create red carpet celebrity looks or give advice on the best way to capture vintage style.

We’ll be there because Oxfam have challenged their  favourite fashion media to take part in daily style-offs throughout the 10 days of The Oxfam Curiosity Shop at Selfridges.

Each magazine or fashion team will be there in stints to offer fashion advice to customers, experiment with new looks and generally have a rifle through the rails. By the end of each session it’s hoped each team will have created one look for a customer of which they are especially proud. This look will be photographed and displayed in the shop and posted on the Oxfam fashion blog so that visitors can vote for their favourite look throughout the week.

SO IF YOU ARE NEAR SELFRIDGES THIS THURSDAY BETWEEN 5 & 7PM, COME VISIT US!

There’s also an online auction for Oxfam, featuring twenty four of the most special pieces donated for the shop, online only at Selfridges.com from 1-10 April too.

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Sounds amazing! So wish I could have been there! X

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I browsed through the rails on Tuesday and found a beautiful vintage skirt for £30! I think I may have to go again before it closes, some of the garments on display are amazing!!

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I went on Thursday evening and saw you at work but didn’t say hello as you were obviously very busy. I bought a really lovely 1980s blouse for £25. The clothes are amazing and very fairly priced so get down there before it closes.

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