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Since Rebag’s founding in 2014, the reseller site has built a small empire of gently-used designer used bags, everything from vintage Fendi to one-of-a-kind Hermès Birkins. Earlier this year, they launched a selection of accessories, and now the company is expanding even further by venturing into watches and fine jewelry.
Starting today, not only can shoppers select from Rebag’s edit of timepieces and jewels, they can also sell their own heirlooms for an instant online payment or Rebag credit. This new product category further’s the retailer’s mission of encouraging customers to create a sustainable, revolving door wardrobe. Buy, wear, sell, repeat.
All of the heavy hitters are represented: Rolex Datejusts are curated alongside Tiffany &. Co., Bvlgari, and more, so you can drop a new timepiece into your shopping bag while picking up this fall’s hottest carry-all. Entry-level prices start at around $180, but skyrocket to almost six figures for rarer pieces like a diamond-encrusted Patek Philippe. Casual.
You’ve been telling yourself to stop staring at your phone in quarantine. What better way to start keeping track of time than with a brand “new” Rolex?
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