Pre-loved and restored items are the focus for eBay UK’s Black Friday campaign this year, as it looks to promote circularity.
Rental and Reuse
A River Island rental range launches with Hirestreet, as part of the fashion retailer’s ‘Kind Society’ sustainability programme.
Frasers Group-owned Flannels rolls out its first rental collection, making its luxury fashion for hire available on a new dedicated website.
M&S rental range arrives with a focus on providing value on every-day items, allowing consumers to hire up to seven products from £39.
UK eBay and British Fashion Council launch Circular Fashion Innovator’s Fund, offering £100,000 in funding to greener fashion businesses.
Hubbub and Starbucks unveil winners who will share a £1.4 million fund to trial their food and drink-related reusable packaging ideas.
The John Lewis rental proposition extends thanks to new partnership between the department store chain and fashion hire platform, Hurr.
The brand director of Topshop in its heyday on changing fashion’s narrative, hope for the future, and what Sir Philip Green might make of retail’s rental revolution.
There is “untapped potential” in the circular economy, and supply chain leaders should understand it can help their organisations capture value.