Rebag And Moda Operandi Team Up For Trunk Show

Rebag And Moda Operandi Team Up For Trunk Show

Rebag And Moda Operandi Team Up
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Resale platform Rebag has teamed up with fashion discovery platform Moda Operandi to feature a one-of-a-kind digital trunk show.

The show will give the luxury platform’s clients exclusive access to more than 115 of Rebag’s most coveted styles, as well as limited edition luxury handbags, including one-of-a-kind pieces by Hermès and Chanel.

Featured products will be hand-picked by Moda Operandi from Rebag’s inventory of 30,000+ designer items.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Moda Operandi to further expand our online retail and shopping experience and reach new audiences within the luxury space,” said Charles Gorra, Founder and CEO of Rebag.

“Consumers will be able to shop the most exceptional handbags in our expertly-vetted inventory, particularly rare designer styles.”

The partnership marks the intersection of primary and secondary markets and how each can benefit from one another.

The trunk show can be found on Moda Operandi’s website.

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