Now, this really made our day: From now until the end of December the Designer Jumble Sale will have a pop-up shop on Lamb's Conduit Street, which means a whole lotta designer swag for sale at prices that won't freak your bank manager.
You can pick up pieces for as little as £20, rising to around £500 for the really choice finds, with covetable names like Chanel, Prada, Chloe, and Stella McCartney in the mix. Expect to trawl new and secondhand booty for between 50% and 90% off. It's a jumble sale royale.
Scoring a pop-up space amongst some of the capital's best indie boutiques in the run up Christmas was no easy task for founder and former Vogue.co.uk editor Abigail Chisman. She had to beat off stiff competition from the likes of YMC and the V&A to pitch-up in the former Starbucks premises, after the landlord launched a competition for potential retailers to enter. She was then given just 10 days to move in and open up. But don't worry — she did a killer job.
And of course, being on Lamb's Conduit Street, you can combine your (selfish) wardrobe re-stocking with some (selfless) Christmas gift buying at the likes of Darkroom, Folk and Persophone Books. It's a win-win situation.
Now excuse while we head over there, RIGHT NOW.
Where: The Designer Jumble Sale, 70 Lamb's Conduit Street, WC1N 3LN