Following the rise of moon boots, fluffy bucket hats and futuristic eyewear, ski style has found its way back into our hearts this season and it’s safe to say, it’s going nowhere fast. As a result, pre-loved fashion store Beyond Retro has opened its sustainable House of Ski pop-up, to help us find exactly what we’re looking for.
As with the majority of trends, many of us feel obliged to opt for newness over buying vintage and pre-owned clothing, but that doesn’t need to be the case. Beyond Retro’s skiwear pop-up sees its newest London location transformed into an alpine-inspired space, complete with hundreds of pre-loved pieces looking for a new home.
The brand has also teamed up with London-based seamstress, Annie Phillips, to offer secondhand shoppers a little extra inspiration for their trips through her new skiwear edit. The new pop-up store will be restocked weekly, with shoppers able to check out the vintage ski offering on the brand’s website too. What’s more, attendees of the pop-up will also be able to bring their ski-wear back to the store after their holidays and swap the items for something still not-so-new using the brand’s exchange service.
Beyond Retro’s House of Ski is open to consumers till February 28.
For more secondhand inspo, read our step-by-step guide on how to make your wardrobe more sustainable for 2023.