Amy Winehouse has donated old designer outfits reportedly worth £20,000 to a London second-hand store.

The 27-year-old British singer is known for her love of fashion, with style ventures including a successful clothing line with street wear label Fred Perry.

Amy has a wardrobe brimming with cool outfits, so she decided to have a clear out and donate the items she no longer wears to a second-hand charity store in London.

"Amy turned up in a people carrier with loads of stuff in bin liners. Top, top designer gear,” a source told British newspaper The Sun.

Apparently the donation was worth around £20,000, and included pieces by labels such as Alexander McQueen and Luella Bartley.

When word began to spread of the generous offerings, it is believed hordes of fashionistas made their way to the store in North London. The songstress will apparently be having another clear-out soon, so more trendy items will be hitting the second-hand shop before long.

"She promised there was more to come. The shop has been going like a fair since word got out," added the source. © Cover Media