The luxury resale store has collaborated with The Shop at Bluebird
If you’re always on the look out for one-off designer pieces but discouraged by the hefty price tag, you’re probably already well acquainted with Vestiaire Collective. Selling pre-owned, globally coveted labels at a fraction of the original price, we were very excited to hear that the online retailer has now launched its first UK pop-up in collaboration with The Shop at Bluebird.
Located on the King’s Road in Chelsea, you’ll find an exclusively curated selection of both timeless and contemporary items, chosen by Vestiaire Collective’s in-house luxury fashion experts. Featured brands include – wait for it – Hermès, Céline and sold-out Gucci, as well as Sophia Webster and Anya Hindmarch accessories. Plus, with gorgeous white interiors and floral displays by Bloom & Wild, the space is almost as good as the clothes themselves.
Open until December 4th, it’s the perfect opportunity to find a unique Christmas gift for a very lucky loved one, or for yourself…
Some of our favourite items available in store include a pink cable knit Gucci jumper, a vintage Chanel bag and a mini elephant Loewe. Scroll on to whet your appetite.
Loewe bag, £591
‘We are delighted to welcome Vestiaire Collective to The Shop at Bluebird Kings Road for this incredibly exciting pop-up,’ says Claire Miles, Head of The Shop at Bluebird. ‘We appreciate quality and design, fashion and forever pieces, therefore the opportunity to bring one of the leading digital fashion platforms to life in our unique space could not be missed. For the very first time, fans of The Shop at Bluebird and Vestiaire Collective can look, touch and buy some of the world’s most coveted iconic brands in a bricks and mortar retail environment.’
‘Partnering with The Shop at Bluebird on the UK’s first pop-up concept is a wonderful opportunity for us to showcase our offering of the worlds most desirable fashion in an ever-evolving, immersive retail space,’ says Fanny Moizant, Co-founder of Vestiaire Collective.
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