REDONDO BEACH (CBSLA.com) — An upscale secondhand store is set to open Friday in Redondo Beach, and it has already created a buzz among shoppers.

Edgar & James: A Curated Collection by Goodwill at 317 Torrance Blvd. is a higher-end and trendy Goodwill store. It is the nonprofit’s first-of-its-kind in Los Angeles County.

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The name Edgar & James comes from Goodwill’s founder, Edgar James Helms.

“We hope they walk in the door, and they’ll say: Wow! This is a Goodwill?” said Julie Dover with Goodwill.

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The 4,000-square-foot space offers clothes sorted by trends. “You’ve got the clothing four-way if you will. It might be a junior’s Bohemian look. You’ve got another one that might be a preppy look,” Dover said.

Home goods are laid out by style as well in categories like industrial, urban and mid-century modern.

Shoppers will find sought-after collectibles at the store. “You see those items when you go to a home store, and they may be reproductions. Here, it’s original,” Dover said.

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She said customers can expect to pay more than they do at the traditional Goodwill stores, but the stuff at Edgar & James will still be affordable. Think $7.99 instead of 99 cents.