Tommy Hilfiger Dabbles Into Secondhand Market With ThredUp

On Thursday, August 11, Tommy Hilfier announced a new partnership with ThredUp – one of the biggest secondhand fashion online retailers. Of course this announcement is just a few weeks after the coveted designer label shared they will be once again returning to New York Fashion Week after a three year hiatus. 

The newfound partnership with ThredUp allows customers to shop gently worn Tommy Hilfiger items in the women’s, men’s, and children’s fashion categories. The specially curated collection features secondhand tops, outerwear, shoes and accessories. The best part of having Tommy Hilfiger as one of ThredUp’s resale-as-a-service clients is that consumers can get a prepaid shipping return label from ThredUp. If the items are deemed eligible, you will receive credit in which you can use to shop either online or in-store. As of now, the program is accepting women’s and children’s clothing from any brand and just men’s Tommy Hilfiger clothing. 

This entire movement is another push for Tommy Hilfiger to fulfill their Waste Nothing and Welcome All program and to become a fully circular brand by the year 2030. As the Tommy Hilfier x ThredUp landing page boasts, “returning one clothing item back into the circular economy extends its life by an average of 2.2 years”. Esther Verburgin, EVP of Sustainable Business at Tommy Hilfiger Global and PVH Europe, stated that “the U.S. market is packed with circular potential, and together with thredUP, we’re hoping to make a long-lasting difference.”

You can shop the Tommy Hilfiger x ThredUp partnership now at tommy.thredup.com

Tommy Hilfiger Dabbles Into Secondhand Market With ThredUp

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