A new venture is coming to New Look in Nottingham City Centre. The fashion retailer is launching a new concession in-store selling pre-loved items.
New Look has partnered with Re-Fashion to launch a collection of vintage and pre-loved clothes in the Nottingham New Look store in Lister Gate. Their aim is work together to eliminate clothes waste for good.
It will launch in stores from January 28. Shoppers can expect a must-have collection from a range of different brands and ‘one-off’ pieces. The concession involves vintage and pre-loved items from designer brands and sportswear labels.
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As well as the Nottingham store, the fashion retailer will also be launching it in five other cities.
These include Coventry, Peterborough,Leicester, Loughborough and Wolverhampton.
Re-Fashion is a brand which focuses on promoting the use of second-hand clothing as part of the consumer fashion purchase. They offer planet and wallet friendly vintage and preloved fashion items.
Steve Lyons, the co-founder of Re-Fashion said: “Offering vintage and pre-loved fashion is a tangible way to create awareness and encourage more sustainable behaviours, easily accessible by all New Look customers”
Sue Fairley, Head of Quality at New Look said: "I am delighted New Look are collaborating with Re Fashion giving Vintage and Pre-Loved items a new home, supporting our commitments to driving more circular business models and offering choice to customers who want to live more sustainable lifestyles. Extending the wear of clothes ultimately saves precious resources and reduce to lifetime carbon footprint of the item. Don’t forget the great fashion finds which Re Fashion have curated."
Concessions will be launching in stores from January 28.
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