Hundreds of bargain-hunters descended on the British Red Cross shop in Chelsea to try and get their mitts on Victoria Beckham's designer dresses and other amazing style steals.

Generous power pair David and Victoria Beckham have donated thousands of pounds worth of designer clobber to raise cash for victims of the Philippines typhoon.

David and Victoria Beckham donate clothes to British Red Cross in Chelsea

The celebrity couple handed over a small mountain of old clothes and shoes to their local British Red Cross shop in Chelsea, West London.

David and Victoria Beckham donate clothes to British Red Cross in Chelsea

People who are currently sifting through the clothes rails can expect to pick up old pairs of Victoria's Louboutin and Jimmy Choo heels, Dolce and Gabbana and Roberto Cavalli threads, and other major style steals - all for under £200.

One person wrote on Twitter: "120 people queuing outside Red Cross Shop in Chelsea, some since 0830. Victoria and David Beckham's clothes on sale."

While the Red Cross managed to capture a picture of the calm before the storm, captioning it: "The scene at Kensington&Chelsea shop. Our photographer managed to snap this before being trampled by excited shoppers."

Before the main event, Posh, 39, tweeted pictures of a huge pile of shoes and one of herself sitting on one of the many cardboard boxfuls of gear  that will go towards the appeal fund for desperate survivors of Typhoon Haiyan.

She posted the message: “Proud to support @BritishRedCross #ShopDrop Donating clothes for #Haiyan survivors.”

Victoria, who spent last weekend sorting through her posh threads, said: “David and I are supporting the Red Cross campaign and we urge everyone in Britain to do the same.”

Children’s charity UNICEF says evil traffickers are moving in to snatch orphans from the streets in typhoon-ravaged cities such as Tacloban.