The British department store said on Thursday it is partnering with the resale technology provider to help customers purchase and sell pre-owned clothing, accessories and watches. Those selling their items can earn up to 80 percent back of the original price of their products. The service will be available online and in-store in the UK from Aug. 26.
The service offers product authentication and will also set prices and upload imagery for listings on Reflaunt’s network of second-hand marketplaces. Payment will be distributed via a direct bank transfer or Harvey Nichols vouchers.
The resale service will launch outside of the UK in September and will include complimentary shipping.
Reflaunt, which also works with Balenciaga and Cos, plans to launch in key international cities across Europe and Asia by the end of the year.
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