Charities are set to take over the Fenwick store in Bond Street

As you've probably heard by now, iconic department store Fenwick is set to close on 3rd February after trading in Bond Street since 1891. Despite the closure, you'll still be able to get into the store and shop, albeit in a slightly different way. Beginning on 9th February, Charity Super.Mkt will be taking over part of the store, following successful pop-ups in Brent Cross and the former Topshop store in Oxford Street, as well as other residencies in London and elsewhere in the country.

The group brings together a number of charitable organisations and taps into our love of vintage and secondhand shopping. Billing itself as a pre-loved department store, the pop-up will run for two weeks and give shoppers the chance to nab a great bargain. Charity Super.Mkt will even be using old Fenwick branded hangers and fittings, as well as some donated by designer brands that are vacating the store. Events and DJ sets will take place at weekends to get things going.

Not only will you be able to find something cool to wear, you can feel confident you're doing something good too. So far, Charity Super.Mkt has raised over £1.6 million for its charity partners and diverted 53 tonnes of clothing away from landfill. Find out more on their website.