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Harvey Nichols launches in-store drop off point for preloved childrenswear

Harvey Nichols has launched an in-store childrenswear resale destination called The Drop Off. The department store has partnered with resale platform Kids O’Clock on the service,… View Article

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Harvey Nichols launches in-store drop off point for preloved childrenswear

Harvey Nichols has launched an in-store childrenswear resale destination called The Drop Off.

The department store has partnered with resale platform Kids O’Clock on the service, which allows shoppers to “drop off” preloved children’s clothing. The items are then collected by Kids O’Clock and resold around the world on its website.

The service will run for three months from 1 September and customers dropping off items will receive a £20 voucher to spend in the Harvey Nichols childrenswear department which was launched earlier this year.

Laura Larbalestier, Harvey Nichols’ fashion director, said: “Following the recent launch of our kidswear department, we’re delighted to be partnering with Kids O’Clock. This innovative new service provides our customers with a sustainable solution for preloved children’s clothing that closes the fashion circle.”

 

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