VICTORIA Beckham, McQueen, Acne, Zara and Lanvin are just a some of the labels that will be on sale at the 55th annual Bindaring Clothing Sale for Red Cross next month.
Stylist Juvelle Behrendorff, of Leederville, chose some of her favourite brands to dress regular Bindaring shoppers Melissa Rosich, her mum Sandra Schon and daughters Mila (17) and Lexi (19) Mary, of Cottesloe.
Mrs Behrendorff chose a Lovearn dress for Mila, who is in Year 12 at Presbyterian Ladies’ College and walked the catwalk for Myer at last month’s Melbourne Fashion Festival.
The stylist said the Emporium was her favourite section of the Bindaring sale because of the unique vintage clothing and accessories.
“There’s vintage belts and jewellery that just make my outfit complete or I can use them in photo shoots as well to give them a different edge,” Mrs Behrendorff said.
Red Cross Bindaring Unit vice-president Caroline Arundell said she expected a similar amount of donations to last year – 9.5 tonnes.
She said the sale had raised more than $2 million for Red Cross services that supported vulnerable people in the community, since its inception.
The sale includes several ‘shops’ – Op Shop where prices range from $2-$15, The Boutique with designer labels from $25-$75 and Designer Edit within The Boutique where prices start at $99.
There is also a Silent Auction that closes at 11am and items can be viewed the day before the sale at www.bindaringclothingsale.com.au.
WHAT: Bindaring Clothing Sale
WHEN: Saturday, May 19 from 9am-3pm
COST: Op Shop and Emporium free, The Boutique $2
INFORMATION: www.bindaringclothingsale.com.au or @bindaring on Instagram