FASHION RELIEF – a day-long public sale of a wide-range of designer and high-street clothes, bags and accessories – takes place in Dublin’s RDS on Sunday, May 13th, with all profits supporting Oxfam Ireland’s work in tackling the hunger crisis.

The extravaganza gives you the unique opportunity to pick up brand-new items from designers and retailers, as well as pre-loved designer bargains donated by Irish fashion, entertainment and rugby stars like event host Lorraine Keane, Miriam O’Callaghan, Bono, Cillian Murphy, Kathryn Thomas, Andrew Trimble, Rob Kearney, Lucy Kennedy, Amanda Byram, and many more.

FASHION RELIEF is now asking people in Cork, Waterford, Limerick and Tipperary to donate any unwanted items in resalable condition by following these simple steps:

1. Bag up any pre-loved or brand new clothes, accessories or handbags.
2. Clearly label the bag/box FASHION RELIEF.
3. Drop the bag/box to your nearest Oxfam Ireland shop. Find out where at

FASHION RELIEF is also looking for volunteers to help stock and staff the stalls at the event. Volunteers can sign up at

FASHION RELIEF runs from 11am until 5pm. Many of the celebrities and influencers involved will be staffing their own stall and the must-have designer bargains on offer will be showcased at two fashion shows throughout the day, at 1pm and 3pm.

Entry on the day costs €5. Under 12s go free. Get your ticket today:

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