Trinity will be joining forces with ASOS Marketplace, launching a new online charity shop boutique on the website, which launches today.

Along with Barnardos, Oxfam and Cancer Research UK, Trinity will be trading on ASOS Marketplace with a carefully curated collection of seasonal one-off items, with 100 per cent of the proceeds going directly to fund our vital care.

From Monday 12 October, Trinity’s ASOS boutique will feature the very best our classic combinations of vintage and designer clothing as well as high-quality high street must-haves.

Jo Hunt, Head of ASOS Marketplace, said: “This year has been an incredibly challenging one for many of our charity partners, but it has also had its positives, with more clothing donations than ever before. We’re incredibly proud to be supporting the work of our partners again this year by making it possible for our customers to easily and responsibly shop vintage, and we’d encourage anyone who has fallen out of love with their clothes to donate them to a charity in need.” 

Daniel Holloway, Retail Director at Trinity, said,

“We’re thrilled to be launching our boutique and collaborating with ASOS Marketplace this year. All of our shops are in London so we’re especially excited to find new customers who might not have visited us before. Our ASOS Marketplace boutique will bring Royal Trinity Hospice shops’ signature blend of one-of-a-kind, designer and high street pieces online. We'll be bringing our customers the very best in preloved and vintage from McQueen tailoring, grunge-inspired leather and denim, to the best in genuine Y2K vintage, so they can build a wardrobe as unique as they are.”  

Shop with Trinity on ASOS marketplace

Our heartfelt thanks go to everyone who has donated their time and skills to make this project, which is volunteer-led, a reality.

Art Direction: Bradley
Styling: Anika 
Photography: Albert and Nick
Models: Yasmin, Naomi, Wanda, Fatima, Pedro, Jim and Joe

To find out more and to see the collection, visit our ASOS Marketplace boutique or follow Royal Trinity Hospice shops on Instagram.