Rebag expands into footwear and apparel
Resale platform Rebag announced on Wednesday its expansion into shoes and apparel growing its offering to include all luxury accessories for both men and women.
As part of the expansion, Rebag will now buy and sell shoes, including sandals, sneakers, heels, boots, and loafers, as well as select apparel, including outerwear, jackets, vests, sweaters, and sweatshirts.
The offering will welcome both existing and new luxury designers, including for the first time Adidas, Balmain, Common Projects, Maison Margiela, Manolo Blahnik, Nike, Jordan, Yeezy, Rick Owens, Vetements, and more.
The move will bring a diversified selection to the company and allows Rebag to begin collecting further insights on the luxury resale industry, while growing its technological capabilities.
“After our successful integration of watches and fine jewelry in 2020, shoes and apparel are the natural next step for us,” said Charles Gorra, CEO and founder of Rebag.
“Rebag is the expert and ultimate destination for the most coveted luxury items. 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.”
Rebag was founded by Gorra in 2014 and is currently one of the fastest growing retailers in the US. Its intelligent Clair technology, which uses millions of data points to determine the resale value of designer items, enables customers to receive instant payment, a first in the resale industry.
Most recently, Rebag partnered with Moda Operandi on a one-of-a-kind digital trunkshow, Rebag Rewards, and a multi-tiered loyalty program.
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