Stella Mccartney, Erdem, Giles Deacon, Phillip Treacy and Ostwald Helgason have donated their designs to The British Red Cross pop-up shop in Covent Garden to mark the 100 year anniversary of the very first charity store at the start of World War One.
Stella Mccartney has donated clothes to the Red Cross' new pop-up shop.
The Brit-born designer will be joined by Erdem, Giles Deacon, Phillip Treacy and Ostwald Helgason in donating pieces to the charity store which will be set up in London's Covent Garden to commemorate 100 years since the very first British Red Cross pop-up shop was opened at the beginning of World War One.
High street retailers Heals, Boden and Russell & Bromley will also participate in the ''special campaign'' which hopes to encourage members of the public to donate their own possessions to their local Red Cross shops.
Stars including Sienna Miller have also agreed to donate items from their own personal collections.
According to Vogue.co.uk, Paul Thompson, head of retail at the British Red Cross said: ''This is a very special campaign not only celebrating 100 years of Red Cross Shops but also commemorating the extraordinary commitment and sacrifice of our volunteers during the First World War.
''We are extremely grateful for the generous donations we have received from a variety of high-profile designers and home-ware brands, just as we were for the donations we received 100 years ago, and I really hope that people across the UK will get behind the stock drive campaign and donate to their local Red Cross shops.''