Fashionphile is a fashionphile's dream. It brings gently pre-loved luxury items down to Earth in price, so that you don't have to take out a second mortgage to get your hands on Versace or Louis Vuitton. Finally, a practical way to make luxury brands accessible! This brilliant business started in 1999, and since then has seen meteoric growth to practically corner the second-hand luxury market (at least for bags, jewelry, and accessories.) This is the grand-daddy of online used luxury sales. The team worked hard to become one of the leading and most trusted second-hand stores online for luxury pieces. The site offers pre-owned handbags, jewelry, watches & accessories from virtually all the luxury brands. You'll find Balenciaga, Céline, Fendi, Christian Dior, Dolce, Prada, Gucci, everything!

And don't worry, the company is well aware of the dangers of counterfeit luxury items, and goes to great lengths to ensure that every piece is 100% authentic. After over 20 years in the business, you can trust that they know how to validate their items.

While buying from Fashionphile is obviously the most fun you can have on the site, playing a close second fiddle is consigning items of your own for sale. It's an open market to owners of luxury items in good condition. And the beauty of it is that you don't have to wait fora sale to get paid, like at most consignment shops. For 99% of their selling customer, Fashionphile offers a full, 100% buy-out up-front. No uncertainty. No waiting. No risk of not making any coin. If they're interested in selling your luxury goods, it's a very cut and dried process.

Also, fun fact: Fashionphile might just be the only luxury resale vendor that has made the transition into the brick and mortar world. They have show rooms and selling studios from coast to coast. In fact, they've officially partnered with Neiman Marcus, who has embedded Fashionphile studios in many of their departments stores. You can buy or sell at these locations. Pretty nifty. Especially for those that still prefer the 3D human experience. When it comes to buying and selling luxury pieces, it's probably best.

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