The company takes donated bags, both designer and vintage, and sells them on to raise money for hospices.
We love the alliteration and the concept - so what's the deal?
They get donations from anyone and everyone willing to donate, whether that be someone doing a clear out, a designer or retailer, or even a celebrity.
Celebrities that have donated in the past include Millie Mackintosh, Paloma Faith, Lottie Moss, Davina McCall...they've just announced a new arrival from Elizabeth Hurley.
Where to buy
Handbags for Hospices is launching it's first pop up shop on May 8th, so anyone passing through Brighton, you MUST visit The House of Hoye and take a look.
If you're not near the South East, never fear purchases can be made through their Facebook page and payment can be taken over the phone or by bank transfer.
The group also put on shopping evenings in various locations.
Prices vary depending on bags and those who donate of course but this Mulberry sold for as little as £80.
This is a charity enterprise so they are trying to raise money, but understand that the items are used.
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