Vestiaire Collective Opens Resale Space Within Selfridges London
Get ready to buy – and sell – your favorite pieces.
Vestiaire Collective, the leading pre-owned fashion platform has been driving the global trend for fashion resale for the past decade but now its bringing its digital experience to real life with an immersive partnership with Selfridges. Moving into the iconic store’s London location is Vestiaire’s first-ever permanent in-store space, which encourages customers to extend the life-cycle of their clothing.
Much like on the app, customers will be able to buy and sell pre-owned clothing, with the initial edit including 200 unique pieces sourced by the brand exclusively for Selfridges. Alongside this, there’s a selection of 10 ultra-rare vintage pieces available including an original Paco Rabanne disc dress from the 1960s and a Tom Ford for Gucci deep red velvet suit, as worn by Gwyneth Paltrow at the 1996 MTV Video Music Awards. Discussing the collaborative project, Max Bittner CEO of Vestiaire Collective, shared
“Marking Vestiaire Collective’s 10th birthday, this innovative partnership with Selfridges London celebrates a pivotal moment for resale and the retail industry. Responding to changes within the consumer landscape, this partnership aims to raise awareness of the importance of circular fashion in order to drive positive long-lasting change in the fashion ecosystem.”
Take a quick look at the space in the gallery above and get ready to buy – and sell – next time you stop by Selfridges London. In related news, did you hear that Daniel Arsham has taken over Selfridges’ Corner Shop space?
Vestiaire Collective at Selfridges
Designer Studio, Level 3
400 Oxford St,
London W1A 1AB
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