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Diversity in fashion

Jane smiling modelling a coat

Current and former students at National Star are combining their love of fashion with their modelling skills to showcase the range of clothes for sale at our growing number of charity shops.

Charity retail is big business at National Star, with our first three shops in Gloucester, Cheltenham and Hereford playing their part in raising significant funds for the charity as well as supporting our sustainability strategy.

Our online eBay shop also sells a range of products to savvy shoppers across the UK.

Former students Emma and Jane joined current Student Union President Chelsea to take part in a fashion shoot to coincide with Sustainable Fashion Week, creating a series of photographs and videos for our social media channels.

Young people with disabilities love clothes as much as everyone else, and utilising their passion for fashion, Emma, Jane and Chelsea helped to raise awareness of the lack of disabled models used by High Street fashion brands.

The trio have agreed to help us with future fashion shoots as the seasons change and new stock lands in our charity shops, so follow us on our social media channels to be among the first to know of new stock arriving in store.

Before the end of 2022 we also have plans to open our second store in Cheltenham.

Discover more about future and current charity shops, how to Gift Aid your donations and find out more about volunteering in our stores.

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