Lily Allen is following in the footsteps of fellow Brit Victoria Beckham by donating her unwanted designer clothes to a London charity shop.

The former Spice Girls star sparked hysteria among shoppers in the British capital last month (Nov13) by delivering 20 boxes of her designer gear, including high-end shoes and bags, and her husband David's suits, to a British Red Cross store to raise money for relief efforts in the Philippines.

Hundreds of eager bargain-hunters queued for hours to snap up Beckham's cast-offs, and now fellow pop star Allen is attempting a similar feat.

The Smile singer has handed her gear to Oxfam's store in London's Goodge Street to help raise money for Syrian refugees who have been displaced by the country's ongoing civil war.

In a post on her Twitter.com page, she writes, "I just dropped off bags loads (sic) of clothes at Oxfam Goodge St to raise cash for Syria's refugees... Go go."