Redeemed items will pay 3% to 80% of their fair retail value.
American fashion brand Tommy Hilfiger has announced the launch of its own eco-friendly resale program for used clothing. The project partner is the online service ThredUp.
As part of the “Resale-as-a-Service” project, the retailer offers its customers to send unwanted items for resale and receive rewards that can be used for next purchases.
The company said that most well-known brands will be accepted, although only 50% of goods received under the program can be used for resale. According to the program, only clothes without traces of wear and damage will be accepted. Redeemed items will pay 3% to 80% of their fair retail value.
In order to use the service, it will be enough to download a special prepaid label from the Tommy Hilfiger website and send things to ThredUp. Items not sold within 30 days can be returned or recycled.
According to ThredUp CEO James Rinehart, in today's realities, Tommy Hilfiger products "withstand the test of time both with classic designs and durable quality, making resale a natural fit for the company".