Instead of logging onto Amazon to shop for your household essentials and gadgets, you can now up your wardrobe game, courtesy of luxury vintage purveyor ‘What Goes Around Comes Around’ (WGACA).
A partnership between the heavily-trafficked e-commerce platform and WGACA made its debut on Amazon’s Luxury Stores – where a series of digital storefronts from some of the world’s most high-end brands will be available to consumers across the globe.
Amazon’s entry into the luxury resale market, especially with the presence of WGACA, gives us access to a roster of labels and a selection of LVMH’s portfolio including Louis Vuitton, Hermès, Chanel, Rolex, Missoni, Christopher Kane, and Theophilio.
Whilst many might see this as an unreliable network for fashion’s finest (Bernard Arnault even slammed the retailer for fuelling the sale of counterfeit fashion), WGACA has always been known to be a distributor of brands that don’t want to be distributed. They’ve garnered a reputation as the leader of pre-owned luxury vintage since 1993, with all of its pieces being 100% certified authentic.
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