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The online store selling your dream French-girl wardrobe at a fraction of the cost The online store selling your dream French-girl wardrobe at a fraction of the cost Imagine this: you get access to one of Paris's coolest It-girls and her closet. You get to take whatever you want — think Chanel, Miu Miu and Givenchy — and she sells it to you for a fraction of the original price? Sounds good? Think that, but multiplied by thousands — or 3,500 new items a day — and you’ve got Vestiaire Collective. Co-founded in 2009 by Parisian Fanny Moizant, Vestiaire Collective has previously only been available in Europe and the US, but news it's shipping to Australia (as of now) has officially changed the game when it comes to luxury shopping. The concept is simple. Vestiaire Collective provides an online space to buy and resell luxury items at a fraction of their original price, all in a trusted environment thanks to a three-step authentication process; basically, we’re talking luxury shoes, bags and clothing for prices you can actually afford. “I had spotted a change in the way people were selling clothes online. Lots of people were starting to resell pieces, but they didn’t have any way of doing that safely and securely,” Moizant says of starting Vestiaire Collective. With a community of over six million people and favoured by models, bloggers and celebrities (Thandie Newton and Rachel Weisz are fans) once each item has been popped online and sold, they are sent via Paris to be checked by the Authenticity department before being passed on to the Quality Control department. With almost 30,000 submissions a week (or 4,500 a day) a team of curators and authentication experts then edit down submissions, honed according to key fashion trends, labels and exclusivity. Co-founder and director of product, Sophie Hersan says it’s this authentication process which has allowed the site to stand out from others, citing the importance of the trust that customers put into the company as a core pillar of what they do. “Fighting the sale of counterfeit fashion online lies at the heart of the Vestiaire Collective model,” she says. “Our authenticity team are all highly trained counterfeit experts.” And it isn't just our wardrobes Vestiaire Collective are propping up. In an age of climate uncertainty and massive waste, recycling and reselling clothing is more important than ever — and it seems Thandie Newton agrees. “I love how Vestiaire Collective supports sustainability and brings together a mix of pre-loved luxury items from fashion lovers’ closets from around the world,” she says.
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David Delfin, a Spanish fashion designer, has died after a battle with cancer. He was 46. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy expressed his condolences for Delfin's death on Sunday. Rajoy said in a telegram sent to Delfin's family published on the Spanish government's website that Delfin 'was one of the most charismatic and creative fashion designers in Spain' who 'leaves an incomparable legacy.' Sad goodbye: David Delfin, a Spanish fashion designer, has died after a battle with cancer. He was 46; seen in 2016 With a friend: The designer with Spanish model Eva Gonzalez as they present Smint 2 in 1 in 2011 in Madrid, Spain Born in Malaga, Delfin co-founded a studio in Madrid in 2001. A year later he made his mark as one of Spain's most provocative designers by covering models' faces with hoods and putting nooses around their necks at the Pasarela Cibeles fashion show. A muse: The artist at in Madrid in 2011 with Bimba Bose A longtime friend: Delfin and Eva Hache attend the Musaranas Premiere at the Capitol Cinema in Madrid in 2014 He went on to win several international awards and earned Spain's National Award for Fashion Design in 2016 for 'developing his own avant-garde universe.' Several top models such as Eva Gonzalez walked his shows. In 2015 singer Michael Buble and his wife stopped by one of his fashion shows and praised the designer. His fans: Michael Buble and Luisana Lopilato at the front row of Delfin's collection during Pasarela Cibeles - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid 2015
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