If you’ve ever tried to track down a coveted designer piece from seasons prior, only to turn up empty-handed, you’re not alone. Introducing Resee: a Paris-based website that allows users to shop a curated selection of high-end second-hand classics without having to while away hours scouring vintage shops.
Founded by Sabrina Marshall, the former fashion editor of Self Service, and Sofia Bernardin, a former advertising executive for American, Chinese, and Japanese Vogue, Resee is defined as:
“To revisit the best in past fashion and design. To curate and bring a modern perspective to pre-owned pieces. To stimulate members through collaborations in fashion and photography. To shop a precisely edited selection from the world’s best collections.”
“We felt there wasn’t a place out there that fused pieces from the past with more current looks in a way that was engaging, inspirational, and authentic,” said Marshall to W magazine.
Filter and shop by designer, size, color and theme. Items currently up for grabs include a Saint Laurent Tom Ford pagoda jacket, a Céline khaki tunic dress and a Hermès vintage green balle de golf bag. A gorgeous floor-length vintage ‘70s Saint Laurent hooded cape completely sold out during this week’s “weekly find,” while classic ‘90s Miu Miu fills the shoppable inspiration board.
If you can’t find exactly what you’re looking for, simply submit a request and the folks over at Resee will let you know if your long-begotten product (or something similar) comes in stock.
Resee also plans to launch a “private collections” feature, which would allow members to view and shop the wardrobes of “today’s most culturally inspiring and thought-provoking women.”
To sign up, visit www.resee.fr.