London, Paris, Milan..... Tamworth.
On Tuesday the aisle of the St Johns Church was transformed into the best high end fashion show this side of Europe as the St John's Op Shop ladies turned it on in the hope of changing perceptions.
Now in its third year, the fashion show saw 16 of the op shop volunteers, and "one very brave male model" dress up in the "finest clothes the op shop has to offer."
Manager Carol Brice said the annual event all started out as a bit of fun for the ladies who volunteer their time every week, but soon grew to be a community event.
"It just became so popular, and so much fun, we had to share it with the community," she said.
"The models were all relaxed and having a great time showing off some of the stunning clothing that we have to offer."
Following the show the clothes and accessories all went on sale, with the handbag and scarf table emptying instantly, and the op shop buzzing with activity.
"There was 100 people here, and so many ladies I haven't seen for years - it was a great afternoon," Ms Brice said.