Net-a-Porter, the Italy-based womenswear e-tailer, menswear brand Mr Porter and off-price retailer The Outnet are unveiling a resale service with Reflaunt.
Few weeks from now – precisely by the end of October – Net-a-Porter customers will be able to sell their designer items using the resale website.
Notably, they will get credit to spend on Net-a-Porter and another credit of 10 per cent or direct bank transfer if their item is purchased by another customer.
The Reflaunt will then collect the items and authenticate them. Following this, it will recommend a resale price and also help manage photography.
Consequently, the listings will be uploaded onto global marketplaces.
Additionally, Net-a-Porter x Reflaunt will be unveiling a buyback option for designer handbags, whereby customers will receive credit to spend on the e-tailer immediately – without having to wait till the item is purchased.
The service will be first available in the UK, and will later be extended to the US, Germany and Hong Kong.
Back in August 2021, Harvey Nichols, the fashion retailer from the UK, had also joined hands Reflaunt, to help customers of Harvey Nichols resell their designer products.
Founded in 2015, Yoox-Net-a-Porter today serves more than 180 countries.