Vestiaire Collective Reveals Collection of Iconic Brands
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Vaults Unlocked: Vestiaire Collective’s Stunning Archive Collection

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Vestiaire Collective, the premier destination for luxury pre-loved fashion, will unveil an extraordinary archive collection on July 17 this year. The expertly curated selection boasts more than 80 never-worn, museum-worthy pieces from acclaimed designers and legendary brands such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Maison Margiela, and Hermès.

As a leader in pre-loved luxury fashion, Vestiaire Collective’s mission is to promote a more sustainable future by encouraging the circular fashion movement as an alternative to the wasteful practices of the industry.

Vestiaire Collective’s latest Impact Report highlights a rising demand for second-hand luxury fashion, with over 55 million clicks recorded for vintage items in 2022. As consumers increasingly prioritise quality and sustainability, the platform is committed to celebrating lasting fashion and curating a luxury resale experience that showcases the rarest gems of iconic craftsmanship.

The newly curated collection offers fashion enthusiasts a rare opportunity to uncover and acquire exceptional pieces dating back to the 1980s, celebrating the timeless appeal of iconic craftsmanship. This exclusive assortment of fashion treasures pays tribute to the rare designs that have shaped the industry.

Among the iconic items featured in the collection is a grey and burgundy sleeveless top with centre-front panels from Martin Margiela Autumn Winter 1989. This groundbreaking show, held on the outskirts of Paris, altered the fashion landscape and influenced a young Raf Simons. The collection was later exhibited during the 2018 Martin Margiela retrospective at Palais Galliera in Paris.

The collection also includes a range of Jen Paul Gaultier pieces, championed by celebrities such as Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, FKA Twigs, and Cardi B. One standout item is Gaultier’s Spring Summer 1993 Mariniere, a symbol of seduction inspired by the 1982 movie ‘Querelle’ and revisited throughout the designer’s career.

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