People look at shoes donated by David and Victoria Beckham at a Red Cross charity shop in the Chelsea area of London on Friday. (Photo: Sean Dempsey, AP) SHARE 42 CONNECT 10 TWEET COMMENTEMAILMORE Victoria Beckham did a “big clear out” Thursday and came up with a mountain of shoes and 20 boxes of clothes, all of which she donated to the British Red Cross’ typhoon relief efforts in the Philippines. She also cleared out husband David Beckham’s closet and shipped his stuff to the store. Victoria Beckham sits on top of a box of shoes and clothes heading for the British Red Cross. (Photo: Victoria Beckham, Twitter) Posting the photos of the goods on her Twitter page , Beckham wrote: “Proud to support @BritishRedCross #ShopDrop Donating clothes for #Haiyan survivors.” Today, the Beckham booty went on sale in London at the Kensington and Chelsea Red Cross shop.
Femail asked podiatrist Emma Supple to put them to the test. She said: When I wore them I immediately felt the comfort of the cushioning. The stacked, blocked – yet view site… elegant – heel was noticeably effective. No rubbing, full cushioning and easy to walk on.’ The foot expert said she was ‘very impressed’ with the fit and feel of the shoe – and was especially pleased they they are available in half sizes. Beauty is pain: Many women feel the pinch from wearing high heels, they can also cause damage to joints She said: ‘They fit really well with that all important half size.
But Monday, she is thankful after getting a brand new pair of shoes. I havent cried about the house at all. God was with us, he has really taken care of us, said Trovilion. San Antonio Shoes donated 3,000 pairs driven straight from Texas. We were stepping through nail and all that stuff and these shoes have bunch of holes, so having a nice pair of shoes means a lot, said Cody Baker, who lost his home.
Bay of Plenty cat steals shoes in the night
“The most we’ve counted in one night is seven shoes.” Miss Graham visited her immediate neighbours to see if any of the shoes belonged to them and initially managed to return most of the footwear but it seems the adventurous feline has since gone further afield. She has printed flyers to deliver around the neighbourhood in the hope of returning the shoes. Tabby, who is thought to be about 8 years old, turned up at Miss Graham’s house about a year ago and made himself at home but only started collecting shoes recently. “It’s weird that he’s started doing it. We don’t know what’s triggered it,” she said.