Blondey McCoy has announced he and Lucien Clarke will be selling rare Supreme, Palace and Thames items from their personal collections to raise money for charity this weekend (8th-9th December 2017).
All proceeds will be donated to the 155-year-old charity, House of St. Barnabas on Soho Square, which aims to break the cycle of homelessness through employment.
The collection will be available at 70 Berwick Street in London this weekend. This isn’t the first time that Blondey has sold items from his personal collection to raise money for charity, with some of his archive pieces going up for sale almost a year ago.
If you’re in London this weekend, head down to 70 Berwick Street to see if you can grab yourself some nice pieces and do your bit for chaity at the same time.