Karen Millen partners with reselling service Thrift+

High street fashion retailer Karen Millen has partnered with resale service Thrift+.

Thrift+ helps consumers clear out their wardrobes, providing a “hassle-free” way to circulate garments.

Each time something is re-homed, shoppers can earn credits to be redeemed as vouchers, which can then be spent on pre-loved clothes with Thrift+, or donated to charity.

Upon purchasing with Karen Millen, customers will have the option to add a ThriftBag to their orders. Once received, they will be able to fill the bag with pre-loved clothes and return to Thrift+.


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“We’re so excited to be partnering with Thrift+. Quality and longevity of clothing, alongside contributing to a circular economy are all extremely important values to our customer,” Karen Millen brand director Natasha Hackett said.

“We know that they’ll be happy to have access to this seamless opportunity, giving their unwanted clothes a new lease of life.”

Thrift+ chief executive and founder Joe Metcalfe added: “Thrift+’s mission is to get unworn clothes back into circulation and prevent fashion waste.”

“Partnerships are crucial to help us get there, and we’re delighted to work alongside the team at Karen Millen as they work towards circularity.”

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