Love Ralph Lauren but not sure how to get your hands on those much-coveted vintage pieces?
Well digital fashion community Depop has come up with a solution, by teaming up with the global fashion stalwart. A curated line of vintage Ralph Lauren called "Re/Sourced" has been created in partnership with Depop. Featuring over 150 pieces of RL. Not only is it an amazing digital enterprise, it also keeps clothes in circulation for longer, which is a master-class in sustainability.
Depop is the eBay for the younger generation and focuses on second-hand clothes, rather than new items, which means its giving these clothes a second lease on life. Depop has 15 million registered users in over 147 countries.
“Depop is always looking for new ways to champion sustainable practices and new forms of creativity being shaped by the next generation,” said Peter Semple, CMO of Depop. “The Re/Sourced collection showcases the creativity inherent in sourcing vintage items, the unique pieces those endeavours can uncover and the lasting quality of Ralph Lauren products.”
The Ralph Lauren x Depop collection will be available at a pop-up space at the Ralph Lauren New Bond Street flagship store from the 22nd October to the 7th of November. An additional selection of pieces from the "Re/Sourced" campaign will also be available on the Depop app.
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Images courtesy of Ralph Lauren