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Bib + Tuck is a members-only online community for women to trade fashion items. The company brings together people so that each can find the "new" in another's "old".
Vinted operates as an online international customer-to-customer marketplace for second-hand fashion. It enables its users to sell and buy second-hand clothes and lifestyle items from each other. It was founded in 2008 and is based in San Francisco, California.
LePrix is a company that focuses on the luxury retail sector, specifically dealing with pre-owned luxury items. The company offers a wide range of products including handbags, totes, jewelry, and accessories from top brands like Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci, and more. LePrix primarily serves the retail industry, providing businesses with a platform to source pre-owned luxury items. LePrix was formerly known as SnobSwap. It was founded in 2013 and is based in Arlington, Virginia.
Clothing Swap gives users te opportunity to gather together in a social environment where they relax, mingle, get pampered and then SWAP (exchange) clothing, shoes and accessorie and augment these clothes at certain events. Such events simultaneously raise awareness of and donate to charitable organizations that benefit women and families in need. Clothing Swap attempts to spread it's vision of "Fun, Fashion and Philanthropy."
Shop-Hers is a company focused on the fashion industry, specifically in the domain of second-hand luxury items. The company offers a platform for buying and selling pre-loved designer fashion items, including clothing, shoes, bags, accessories, and vintage pieces. It primarily serves the ecommerce industry. It is based in Santa Monica, California.
Vaunte is about revolutionizing editorial fashion, celebrating the stylish set, innovating charity, and being socially responsible (recycling amazing closets). We are a venture backed start up founded by two Gilt Groupe VPs and an Silicon Valley entrepreneur who has led an engineering team to acquisition by Disney.