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Rebag to add fashion items to its product ranges

Rebag, the New York-based luxury re-commerce platform decided to add clothes and shoes to its product assortment.

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Figure: Rebag will accept clothes and shoes from reputed brands that include the likes of Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Chanel, Balmain and Hermès, amongst others.

The resale platform will buy and sell shoe styles that include boots, sneakers, sandals and heels also the outerwear such as sweaters, jackets, sweatshirts and vests.

Notably, Rebag will accept clothes and shoes from reputed brands that include the likes of Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Chanel, Balmain and Hermès, amongst others.

Once sellers’ items from eligible designers are vetted, they can receive quick pricing and payment for their products sold online and in person at Rebag’s US storefronts.

Notably, this initiative will help Rebag analyse trends within the luxury resale market to enhancing its technological capabilities.

Charles Gorra, CEO and Founder, Rebag said, “We are excited to expand our horizons and offer our customers new categories to invest in. This has always been a request from both our buyers and sellers and will help us address a larger share of their resale needs.”

Founded in 2014, Rebag operates online and in stores, with locations in Los Angeles, New York and Miami.

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