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Bukowskis – one of our favorite auction sites – asked us to give our view on the power of pre-owned fashion, as we believe this to be a game changer when it comes to achieving a sustainable fashion future. We've also picked out 12 great pieces from their Vintage & Fashion auction. Place your bids!

“The importance and power of pre-owned fashion is undeniable if we’re going to make a change for a sustainable fashion future. The truth is: we’re never going to get there without it. Balancing the fast fashion industry, the pre-owned market ditches ‘the new’ and offers us the possibility of making use of what’s already here.

It’s a matter of changing one’s attitude as a consumer, to get with the times and start making conscious, long-term decisions for one’s wardrobe. In the words of designer and climate activist Vivienne Westwood: ‘Buy less. Choose well. Make it last.’”

Klick here to read the full feature! 

Cartier tote, Céline bracelet and Chanel flap bag, all available right now at Bukowskis. Hurry, auctions end soon!

Visit Bukowskis here and check out our selection of vintage fashion here


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