thredUP launches a clothing line designed for the resale revolution.

thredUP leveraged troves of resale data to design Remade, a line of affordable investment-pieces- that also fill gaps in sizes and styles that often sell out on thredUP. Reinhart says that “the reaction has been incredible from customers who shop with resale in mind and want to refresh their closets responsibly.”

Lifecycle QR Tags: An item’s history can be surfaced with a scan.

THE FEATURES OF REMADE:

  1. Data-Backed Design: Styles informed by what resells again and again.

Informed by resale data, and designed with technology, thredUP Remade serves customers the most in-demand categories, styles and sizes — from XS-3X.

We imagine a world where everything produced gets re-used again and again — and thredUP Remade is designed for just that.” — James Reinhart, thredUP CEO and Founder.

THE BENEFITS OF REMADE:

THE DESIGNER EYE:

PART OF A BIGGER MISSION:

  1. thredUP’s “Clean Out” service made it easier than ever to resell clothes back into the circular economy, and thredUP.com made buying used clothes trusted and fun — converting secondhand skeptics.
  2. thredUP Upcycle Platform empowers retailers to launch apparel recycling programs for customers, making circularity profitable. Upcycle launched Oct 2 with sustainable fashion retailer, Reformation.
  3. thredUP Goody Boxes — or ‘StitchFix for thrift’ — allow risk-averse consumers to try secondhand clothes without the risk or hassle.
  4. And now, thredUP Remade is an affordable clothing line for consumers who plan to resell and extend the life of their clothes. The line is designed for the modern consumer who buys with intent to resell.

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