David Gandy's suit, Fearne Cotton's Mulberry bag and Daisy Lowe's high-heel Hunter wellies: Celebrities donate cast-offs to Britain's most glamorous jumble sale 

  • Returning for its fourth year, Rumble In The Jumble takes place in London
  • Organised by Radio 1 DJ Gemma Cairney and women in the music industry
  • Alexa Chung, Claudia Winkleman and Caroline Flack have donated goods 

If you've ever fancied rifling through your favourite celebrities cast-offs you're in luck. 

At London-based event Rumble in the Jumble, you can do just that - and help raise vital funds for Oxfam's efforts to help improve gender equality in Myanmar, Burma. 

Famous faces including David Gandy, Daisy Lowe and Fearne Cotton have donated an impressive array of their designer clothes, shoes and accessories to the cause.

David Gandy has donated a navy suit
Buyers can snap up one of David Gandy's smart suits

Marks & Spencer pin-up David Gandy (left) has donated one of his iconic navy suits (right)

BBC Radio 1 DJ Fearne Cotton has donated a Mulberry bag, pair of heeled boots and a winter coat
Fearne Cotton has donated some of her designer threads to the cause

BBC Radio 1 DJ Fearne Cotton (right) has donated a Mulberry bag, pair of heeled boots and a winter coat (left)

Returning for its fourth year, the charity sale is organised by BBC Radio 1 DJ Gemma Cairney and The Music Circle, a charitable organisation made up of women in the music industry.  

Men can see if they've got a model figure by snapping up Marks & Spencer pin-up David Gandy's old suave navy suit.

Radio 1 DJ Fearne Cotton has contributed a black Mulberry handbag and model and socialite Daisy Lowe has generously sent a pair of heeled ankle boot Hunter wellies. 

Vogue contributor and model Laura Bailey provided a pair of patterned heeled shoes and singers Alison Goldfrapp and Lianne La Havas have also sent their old clothes to the event.

Model Daisy Lowe has donated a pair of heeled Hunter wellies to the Rumble In The Jumble charity sale
Get your hands on Daisy Lowe's Hunter wellies

Daisy Lowe (left) has donated a pair of heeled Hunter wellies (right) to the Rumble In The Jumble charity sale

Rumble in the Jumble, which returns for its fourth year on Saturday, is described as London's number one celebrity charity sale

Rumble in the Jumble, which returns for its fourth year on Saturday, is described as London's number one celebrity charity sale

Model Laura Bailey has got involved with the charity sale
Laura Bailey has donated a pair of patterned heels

Model Laura Bailey (left) has given a pair of her patterned designer heels to the cause (right)

Singer Lianne La Havas has donated a sparkly gold waistcoat to the Rumble In The Jumble sale

Singer Lianne La Havas has donated a sparkly gold waistcoat to the Rumble In The Jumble sale

Alison Goldfrapp has donated this khaki green dress
Singer Alison Goldfrapp has donated some of her garments to the cause

Alison Goldfrapp (right) has generously given this khaki dress to the Oxfam fundraiser 

Visitors are encouraged to rummage through the hundreds of items being sold as there are also gems on offer from the likes of Alexa Chung, Florence Welch, Mark Ronson, Claudia Winkleman, Nick Grimshaw and Paloma Faith. 

Eurythmics singer Annie Lennox has donated a designer handbag and Mark Ronson has given one of his tailored suits. 

As well as the opportunity to buy a host of celebrity goods, there will also be a number of showbiz faces manning the stalls. 

Rumble In The Jumble was organised by Gemma Cairney (centre) and is supported by her celebrity friends and TV presenters Cherry Healey (left) and Caroline Flack (right)

Rumble In The Jumble was organised by Gemma Cairney (centre) and is supported by her celebrity friends and TV presenters Cherry Healey (left) and Caroline Flack (right)

Proceeds of this year’s sale will go towards Oxfam’s campaign to establish greater gender equality in Myanmar, Burma

Proceeds of this year’s sale will go towards Oxfam’s campaign to establish greater gender equality in Myanmar, Burma

TV presenter Cherry Healey (left) and Gemma Cairney (right) will be helping man the stalls

TV presenter Cherry Healey (left) and Gemma Cairney (right) will be helping man the stalls

TV presenter Rick Edwards returns with his Man Stand, bringing you all things menswear. 

Writer Laura Dockrill will be running Laura’s Book Corner while The Line Of Best Fit editor Paul Bridgewater plans to be behind the Music Merch stall.

Also hosting stalls are Caroline Flack, Oxfam and Smashbox.  

If second hand goods aren't your thing, bargain-hunters can also pick up brand new pieces at with slashed prices rom top high street brands like Whistles, AllSaints, ASOS, Sono, Monki and Barbour.

Food firms Joe's Tea Company and Standard Issue will be offering refreshment and The Bowler will dish out gourmet meatballs.

Smashbox Cosmetics will also offer makeovers.

Shoppers will also have the chance to buy prints donated by Robert Hunter, We Three Club, Bread Collective, Paul Rafferty, Print Club London and Babak Ganjei.

All proceeds go towards Oxfam's efforts to improve gender equality in Myanmar.

Rumble In The Jumble takes place on Saturday 9 May at Oval Space, London, from 12 to 6pm. Entry is £5 with a bag of jumble.

Visitors at last year's event take a break from the rummaging and enjoy a drink in the sunshine

Visitors at last year's event take a break from the rummaging and enjoy a drink in the sunshine

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