Olivia Spurr and Sally Alcock could have been mistaken for fashion models at Claremont Showgrounds this week.

But everything they were wearing was donated.

The Emilio Pucci dress and Sophia Webster shoes Ms Alcock wore and Ms Spurr’s Eavis and Brown dress will be for sale at tomorrow’s Bindaring Red Cross Clothing Sale at Claremont Showgrounds.

The sale, in its 54th year, has developed a reputation as Perth’s most comprehensive offering of vintage fashion.

People donate clothing and about 270 volunteers work behind the scenes for the sale, which has people lining up hours before the doors open at 9am.

Bindaring Red Cross vice-president Caroline Arundell said the fundraiser was well supported.

“People want to support the Red Cross because there are a huge amount of services they do which serve the community,” Ms Arundell said.

“It’s such a great event because it is full cycle. People donate their clothes and time and the funds go back into the community.”

The sale features op shop items from $2 to $15, boutique items from $20 and top-end designer clothing from $99 to $200.

Louis Viutton, YSL, Chanel, Prada, and Armani are just a few of the big labels on offer.