St Luke’s Fashion

Sheffield stylist Sarah Storey and photographer Jenny Mills have teamed up with St Luke’s Hospice to create a range of different outfits from two of their charity shops in Sheffield in the hope to raise awareness for the charity.

Paul Summerland, Head of Retail at St Luke’s Hospice is particularly pleased with their efforts and says ‘These fantastic pictures by talented young photographer, Jenny Mills show quite clearly the high standard and quality of items available at the chain of 12 St Luke’s Hospice shops across the city.’


Sarah and Jenny show just how easy it is to create high-fashion looks on a budget while supporting a great cause at the same time. This can only be done though by the people of Sheffield donating their unwanted clothes to the charity, Paul explains, ‘of course the success of our retail operation depends entirely not only on people shopping with us but also on the generosity of people continuing to give us their unwanted items for sale.’

Anyone and everyone can donate their unwanted clothes, books, CDs, DVDs and household items – just take them along to a St Luke’s shop during open times and drop them off. You can even donate more if you’re a UK tax payer by Gift Aiding your donations.


It is crucial that the charity raise £5.6 million a year, and that’s just to maintain the current level of service provided, so every time something is purchased it really does make a difference to the lives of St Luke’s patients and their families.



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Make-up: Rose Nicholson 

Stylist: Sarah Storey 

Model: Jessica Gibbons

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