The physical space celebrates the platform’s tenth anniversary, offering customers a chance to get their hands on limited-edition pieces, rare garments and sought-after grails.
Vestiaire Collective’s space measures at 40sqm and will hold 200 luxury items, including ten specially selected rare pieces exclusively available at Selfridges. Just like its online platform, you will be able to both purchase and sell pieces at the pop-up, encouraging consumers to invest in pre-owned pieces to drive a circular fashion economy.
For those unable to get to Selfridges in London, Vestiaire Collective will also be listing its pieces online. Find out more and see everything up for grabs on its website.
In other news, Palace has announced it will be holding a pop-up in Shanghai.
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When retail meets resale: We have opened our first permanent boutique space at @theofficialselfridges, London. A collaboration which drives the mission to make fashion more circular. To get involved, come visit us to shop our selection of preloved treasures and sell the pieces you no longer wear.