SHOPPERS at one of the UK's most-expensive charity shops can browse through racks of designer clothes, with some costing a whopping £500.
Labels such as Armani and Chanel hang on the railings at the high-end thrift shop.
The budget-busting Mind store, nestled in London's trendy Soho, even boasts a plush dressing room.
Luxury brands found at the charity shop, that supports mental health patients, is a world away from the usual M&S and Peacocks clobber in most stores of its type.
The London store had a £195 yellow jacket by Sies Marja for sale.
But the most expensive was a leather skirt by Chanel that will set you back a whopping £495, MyLondon reported.
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The cheapest item in the racks was an £8 shirt dress in dark brown.
The changing room, normally a dusty old curtain with a dirty mirror, changes the game for charity shops.
Because this Mind store boasts pastel pink walls, a plush fluffy chair and even a coffee table.
Incredibly, a vinyl player and potted plant sits in the corner.
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It is unclear what the target market for the extortionately priced charity shop is – but it certainly isn't younger millennials.
It comes as a poll of 2,000 adults found those aged 25-34 are almost twice as likely to take action in their households to reduce monthly outgoings.
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