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A number of top stars have donated items from their very own wardrobes to a new celebrity charity store in the UK.

The store, located in Sheffield’s Meadowhall shopping centre, will raise money for local charity SAFE@LAST, an organization established ten years ago for young runaways. The charity runs the only emergency refuge for runaways outside London for runaways under the age of 16.

Some of the items on sale in the store include Sienna Miller's Roberto Cavalli sunglasses and the dress Fern Britton wore on her last appearance on This Morning. There are also items donated by Jamie Oliver, Fearne Cotton, Twiggy and JLS.

The charity’s funding is due to run out early next year, and the charity hopes this store will give them a financial boost.

The store is open until October 16. To find out more, click here.

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