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Best websites for past fashions

Yoox.com, Vaunte.com, and more

Yoox.com offers “possibly the biggest and best selection of unused but not current designer goods.” Launched in 2000, it benefits from “long-standing relationships with designers, manufacturers, and retailers.”

Vaunte.com can be thought of as “a huge garage sale thrown by fashion insiders.” You’re given a glimpse of each seller’s lifestyle and interests as you peruse “gently used” wares from top designers.

TheOutNet.com functions as an online outlet store where designers—and sister site Net-A-Porter.com—sell deeply discounted goods from previous fashion seasons. 

VestiaireCollective.com brings a social media element to the past-season market by letting members create profiles and write comments. “Like eBay, Vestiaire is a marketplace to buy and sell goods,” but it authenticates each sale item to eliminate fakes.

Source: The Wall Street Journal 

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