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Vestiaire Collective partners with 18 top designers to raise money for charity

Pictured: Donated archive items from House of Dagmar, Chloé and Rosetta Getty. 

Premium fashion resale site Vestiaire Collective launches a campaign that we’re definitely checking out today – 18 top designers including Chloé, Christopher Kane and Swedish Dagmar have delved into their brand archives to donate items to the Vestiaire Collective Designer Archive Christmas Charity Sale. The proceeds of each item will go to the designer’s charity of choice, including Save the Children and Women for Women International. Check out the campaign here.


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