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Peer-To-Peer Online Exchange For Couture

reFashioner lets members sell and swap luxury clothes, and use their store credit to buy more items.

Emma Hutchings
Emma Hutchings on December 21, 2011.

Designer fashion exchange site reFashioner lets members resell any luxury items in their closet and use the store credit to choose something else. Photos of unwanted couture are posted in a customizable “Closet” and the company’s staff or the “Fashion Police” then value the items in “ReDollars.” Once the price is accepted, the item is available for other members to buy. 50% of the “ReDollars” value is received instantly for use when purchasing other garments on the site and the other 50% is given when someone buys the item.

Peer-To-Peer Online Exchange For Couture

When a member makes a sale, they will receive a notification email with a printable prepaid mailing label to place on a USPS box and ship off to the customer. Members can also get active in the reFashioner community by earning rubies that confer special privileges, writing reviews, making wishlists, and linking with other closets that they like. Those with designer clothes in their closets that need a new home can join the luxury online exchange by applying for a closet here.

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