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Laura Whitmore launches pre-loved fashion edit on eBay

Love island TV presenter Laura Whitmore has coupled up with eBay UK to cherry-pick her own pre-loved fashion collection. The move follows eBay becoming the first… View Article

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Laura Whitmore launches pre-loved fashion edit on eBay

Love island TV presenter Laura Whitmore has coupled up with eBay UK to cherry-pick her own pre-loved fashion collection.

The move follows eBay becoming the first pre-loved fashion partner for the TV show.

Launching at 5pm today as a seven-day auction, the edit will offer shoppers the chance to get a look that has Whitmore’s stamp of approval while extending the life cycle of every garment.

The collection comprises over 50 dresses, skirts, playsuits, tops, suits, co-ords and band tees. The star has also dropped a selection of designers into the mix including Tommy Hilfiger, Ganni, Versace and Moschino.

Auction prices will start at 99p per item.

Whitmore said: “I have always been a big fan of pre-loved and as a teenager volunteered in a charity shop, to both do my bit and get first dibs on the pre-loved gems that came in.

“I’m thrilled to see so many people joining the pre-love hype in recent months. From high-street favourites to dream designers, I’ve selected this edit of items on eBay to demonstrate how unique and versatile pre-loved can be.”

Hosted by pre-loved seller Reskinned, the auction will see all funds raised being donated to Oxfam.

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