Oasis offers new fashion line on hire website

Fashion brand Oasis has launched on UK rental website Hirestreet, including new season occasionwear, workwear and holiday outfits.

Launching in time for the busy spring/summer events season, Oasis' Hirestreet offering is made up of over 50 pieces from its main collection, including the latest styles from the ‘Rachel Stevens: Most Loved’ line, said Oasis.

The entire collection will be live throughout the SS22 season, so even if styles are no longer available to buy from Oasis, they may still be available to rent.

The items have an RRP of £52 to £218 when purchased directly from Oasis, but will be available to rent on Hirestreet from £10 for four days.

Selected pieces will also be available to rent as part of Hirestreet’s newly-launched Bundles offering, which allows customers to rent three items for 30 days for £50.

“As a brand, we are excited to broaden the opportunities for our customers to make more considered choices when shopping,” said Oasis managing director Jane Eskriett. “We know we share a lot of the same values as our customers when it comes to the social and economic impact of fashion, so we’re sure they will be just as excited about our new partnership with Hirestreet as we are.”

Rosie Hartman, strategy lead at Hirestreet, added: “As such a well-loved British fashion brand, our partnership with Oasis is an exciting moment for Hirestreet and for the fashion rental revolution.

“Oasis’ diverse rental collection of occasionwear, workwear and casual pieces are perfect for this summer’s jam-packed social and work calendars, and a huge step forward in achieving our mission to provide our customers with more sustainable style for all the moments in life.”

The full Oasis rental line is available in sizes 6-18.

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