The clothing rental brand will provide drop boxes at multiple WeWork co-working spaces, aiming to streamline the common customer pain point of returning merchandise

Rent the Runway subscription clothing rental service is known for making it easier for busy city dwellers to dress themselves in the latest fashions at lower costs. The company is now looking to add another later of convenience by teaming with WeWork to add drop-off boxes where its subscribers can send their rentals back.

The drop-off boxes, which prior to now were only available in Rent the Runway’s physical locations, are now available to both clients of WeWork who use its spaces as well as those passing by. Rent the Runway’s CEO Jennifer Hyman is excited about the partnership, stating, “We have subscribers in many places throughout the U.S. and with WeWork’s massive footprint, there’s huge opportunity to grow this drop-box network.”

Ultimately, RTW hopes to add greater incentive for consumers to use its service by upping its convenience. The drop-boxes will initially be available in six cities with plans to add more in the coming months.

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Rent the Runway subscription clothing rental service is known for making it easier for busy city dwellers to dress themselves in the latest fashions at lower costs. The company is now looking to add another later of convenience by teaming with WeWork to add drop-off boxes where its subscribers can send their rentals back.

The drop-off boxes, which prior to now were only available in Rent the Runway’s physical locations, are now available to both clients of WeWork who use its spaces as well as those passing by. Rent the Runway’s CEO Jennifer Hyman is excited about the partnership, stating, “We have subscribers in many places throughout the U.S. and with WeWork’s massive footprint, there’s huge opportunity to grow this drop-box network.”