Worn. Powers Bicester Village’s first pre-loved pop-up of waitlisted designer items

Launching on the 28th May, Worn. will provide visitors at the UK’s favourite designer outlet Bicester Village, to shop more sustainably and browse the best of pre-loved designer fashion from a range of brands.

This is a huge move from Bicester Village, which is the latest brand to focus on making their high street offering more sustainable.

Worn., a recommerce platform that gives access to some of the best pre-loved items from the most highly coveted wardrobes, provides a more circular model to customers looking for designer items that have only recently left the shelves. The purpose, simply to remove the stigma around pre-owned items, encourage people to buy better, shop more sustainably and increase the life-cycle of their clothes.

Since its inception at its Kensington store in 2009, co-founders Lily Fortescue and Bella Bunchanan’s mission has been to power the rising trend of re-commerce in fashion. Based on the premise of a circular economy, Worn. connects shoppers and social media influencers to reduce clothing waste and create a positive change in the fashion industry. It’s aim is to create a community devoted to people sharing their products and journey to being more sustainable.

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