Elton was there to open his fourth Out of the Closet venture in London's swanky Regent Street
Roll up, roll up for Elt's cast-offs
13.20PM GMT, 4 Dec 2002
Fashion fans are snapping up armfuls of flamboyant clothes, costumes and accessories belonging to Sir Elton John in his fourth sale of cast-offs for charity.
Elton was there to open his fourth Out of the Closet venture in London's swanky Regent Street.
All proceedings will go to the Elton John Aids Foundation to coincide with World Aids Day Week.
The shop feature items from the wardrobes of Sir Elton and his partner David Furnish, including some snazzy blue and yellow multi-coloured trousers.
According to Sir Elton's official website, around 52 rails will be jam-packed with clothes, including his famous stage outfit with musical notes that was worn in the 1970's.
There are hundreds of T-shirts, sweaters, overcoats, suits, shirts and shoes from designer labels such as Versace, Prada and Gucci.
Additionally, there are contributions from other celebrity friends of the foundation.
According to Sir Elton's official website, the shop will remain open until all the goods are sold.
At his last sale, in New Bond Street, just over £430,000 was raised in just four days.