Harvey Nichols launches luxury resale service

Harvey Nichols has teamed up with Reflaunt to launch a new luxury resale service.

Reflaunt connects luxury brands with second-hand marketplaces to encourage consumers extend the life of their items through resale.

According to the company, it is the largest second-hand community in the world, with 50 million shoppers across a network of 25 international marketplaces.

Harvey Nichols’ customers are now able to resell any luxury piece, including fashion, accessories, and watches, whilst earning up to 80 per cent back of the original price.

Customers can drop-off items at one of the dedicated collection points in Harvey Nichols stores or London-based customers can choose to have their pieces collected by the Reflaunt Concierge.

Authentication, pricing, and the uploading of imagery is then handled by the service.

Other regions of the UK will have access to the resale service from September.

“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Reflaunt, to offer our customers a circular model of consumption and ensure luxury fashion items are given the longer lifespan that they deserve,” said Manju Malhotra, chief executive, Harvey Nichols. “This innovative service provides customers with an effortless way to part with their pre-loved items and in rehoming them with a new owner, not only earns them Harvey Nichols vouchers, but closes the fashion circle.”

Stephanie Crespin, co-founder of Reflaunt said; “We are incredibly excited to offer Harvey Nichols customers an accessible way to resell their past luxury purchases. At Reflaunt, our mission is to make it as easy and scalable as possible to extend the life of garments and prevent them from ending up in landfills, ultimately shifting consumer habits towards conscious consumption of higher quality products.”

The Reflaunt Resell Service will be available online at harveynichols.com and in Harvey Nichols stores across the UK from the 26th August 2021.

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