Cos launches digital clothing resale platform

Cos is launching a digital resale platform to let customers sell and buy used clothing.

The Re-sell platform will go live later this month in the UK and Germany, ahead of a global roll out throughout autumn.

According to a statement from the H&M fashion subsidiary, it will allow users to “re-invent their wardrobe in a considered and sustainable way” by selling their old Cos clothes and searching through the brand’s “community-curated” archives for new items.

Sellers will be given freedom over the process, setting their own price and handling postage, while paying 10 per cent commission on everything they sell in order to cover operational costs.

“Resell reinforces Cos’ ambition and journey to becoming fully circular and renewable, developing innovative ways to continue the brand’s commitment to quality and longevity by re-imaging the lifecycle of each pre-loved piece,” read the statement.

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