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Burberry partners with Vestiaire Collective on resale

Burberry is giving customers a new way to trade in their pre-loved Burberry pieces through a partnership with resale platform Vestiaire Collective. UK and US customers… View Article

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Burberry partners with Vestiaire Collective on resale

Burberry is giving customers a new way to trade in their pre-loved Burberry pieces through a partnership with resale platform Vestiaire Collective.

UK and US customers who trade in their pre-loved Burberry women’s outerwear and handbags on the Burberry x Vestiaire Collective platform will receive a Burberry gift card based on the value of the item.

All pre-loved Burberry pieces will undergo a rigorous authentication and quality control process before being made available to purchase globally through Vestiaire Collective.

As part of the partnership, Burberry has also donated a selection of women’s Heritage Trench Coats to the platform. The sale price of these items will be donated to the UK-based charity Smart Works, which provides high-quality interview clothes and coaching to unemployed women in need.

Giorgio Belloli, Burberry’s chief digital, customer and innovation officer, said: “We are very excited to team up with Vestiaire Collective to provide another way for our customers to give new life to their Burberry pieces. In building on our existing circular initiatives, including our aftercare services through our ReBurberry programme, we hope that these pieces can continue to be enjoyed for generations to come.”

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