Nordstrom is launching a new sustainable initiative dubbed “See You Tomorrow,” in which it will sell secondhand luxury clothes online and at its New York flagship store, as reported by The Business of Fashion.
According to BOF, “See You Tomorrow” will bring brands including Burberry, Thom Browne, Isabel Marant, Off-White™ and adidas, and will act as a physical reselling platform that will also welcome customers to bring in their pre-owned luxury goods in exchange for Nordstrom gift cards.
“See You Tomorrow” will be stocked using Nordstrom’s personal inventory of returned and damaged merchandise, enlisting resell program innovators Yerdle to maintain the pricing, fulfillment, cleaning, and processing of each garment. Nordstrom’s in-shop move follows the likes of The RealReal, which recently announced a circular fashion partnership with Burberry, as well as Vestiaire Collective’s physical secondhand store in Selfridges that launched last year. Furthermore, it joins the fashion industry’s general initiative to be more environmentally aware, with brands such as A.P.C. rolling out global recycling programs and numerous labels coming together to fight the global climate crisis.
Nordstrom’s “See You Tomorrow” is set to launch at its New York flagship store on January 31.
In other news, LVMH has reported record financial results for 2019 at $59.12bn USD.