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Tradera Trend: Collection 1

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by Lisa Corneliusson on 2 February, 2017

Make it last proudly presents a collection of pre-owned luxury fashion items with Tradera.

Top, Chloé. Denim, Levi's. Pumps, Manolo Blahnik.
Left: Parka, vintage. Top, Chloé. Shorts, Chloé. Sneakers, xx. Right: Jacket, JW Anderson. Skirt, Courrèges. Sandals, vintage.

As you may already know, Make it last runs a campaign site for Tradera, Sweden’s leading auction site. On Tradera Trend our editors daily scan Tradera for the best fashion auctions for you to indulge in. (Yes, it is dangerous.)

As fashion is in fact Tradera’s most popular category – and since an ever-increasing number of Swedes choose pre-owned fashion instead of new – we decided to extend our collab and launch a collection of selected pre-owned fashion together.

We’re very proud to present Tradera Trend: Collection 1 during Stockholm Fashion Week. It’s a collection of timeless but fun, non-forgettable pieces that we’ve found on Tradera over the years. It will be available for press and stylists to borrow during this spring – it’s our attempt of making pre-owned fashion more visible in fashion media. We hope you like it. Visit Tradera Trend to find your favorite pieces for spring.

ATTENTION, STYLISTS! Request pieces from the collection or flat shots by emailing info@makeitlast.se. We promise to get back to you shortly. 


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