LOVE Island’s OnlyFans star Shannon Singh is selling off her old bras for just £15. This series' raunchiest Islander is flogging a PrettyLittleThing diamante undergarment and exotic samba bra on fashion resale app Depop. 🌴 Read our Love Island 2021 live blog for the latest updates
Given the surge in popularity of television shows telling stories straight from the 70s – Halston, we’re looking at you – it’s perhaps no surprise that a certain sartorial hallmark of the era is making a grand return to the realm of fashion and it’s holier, quite literally, than thou.
Josh Silverman fancies himself pretty hip. For the office, the Etsy boss wears a uniform of skinny jeans and Italian polo shirts, offset with vintage watches. This Stanford Business School graduate, estimated to be worth $11 million, likes a challenge, too. When he arrived at Etsy, the e-tail platform that connects small-scale artisans with buyers around the world, it was hurtling towards the fate suffered by boohoo.com.
Looking for a wedding dress that’s totally unique, environmentally friendly and doesn’t cost a bomb? The British Heart Foundation might have just the thing you’re after, as they’ve now got thirteen one-of-a-kind wedding dresses available to buy on their Depop shop, thanks to a donation from a vintage pop-up in Manchester.
If you weren’t one of the teenagers wearing Juicy Couture’s bedazzled tracksuits in the late ’90s, and you’re not among the fresh-faced, new-gen fans selling the velour pieces on Depop, the time to familiarise yourself with Juicy’s iconic separates is now.
Former Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield begins selling her clothes online - and almost every item sold out in a matter of hours
Abbie Chatfield has started selling her clothes online as part of a paid sponsorship with shopping app Depop. The former Bachelor star posted a number of items from her wardrobe on the app, and almost all of them had sold within a few hours of going live. The 26-year-old also made sure to clarify that the clothes she was selling weren't gifted freebies from brands, but items she had bought herself.
ETSY and Depop websites have both crashed due to a huge internet outage which has also hit the likes of Amazon and Reddit. When will Etsy and Depop be back up? Websites are scrambling to restore their websites after a huge data connection failure which has left a number of websites suddenly offline.
Depop, the fashion resale app, has joined fellow British tech companies such as Arm Holdings and DeepMind in heading to a deep pool of investment outside its homeland. London-based Depop’s acquisition by Brooklyn-based Etsy for $1.6bn (£1.1bn) last week came just days after Oxford-based WaveOptics, a maker of displays used in augmented-reality glasses, was bought up by the Santa Monica-headquartered owner of Snapchat for $500m.
Car boot sales are back - here are five to visit in Dorset Car boot sales are officially back on after what seems like a lifetime and people cannot wait to find a bargain. Whether you're looking for something in particular or hoping to find the next deal of the century, visiting a car boot sale is still a very popular pastime.
Newlywed Carrie Johnson is reported to have tied the knot wearing a rented dress, as well as planning to hire her outfits for this week's G7 summit. An identical outfit to the one she wore for her wedding is now starring on the home-page of MyWardrobe HQ –one of the most successful fashion rental sites.
Olivia Rodrigo has given fans the chance to snap up some of her old clothes – and the items won’t break the bank. As well as giving her followers the chance to bag a bargain, the Drivers License singer, 18, is donating all the profits from her items to charity too.
As resale app Depop is sold for £1.1bn, we track the best places for savvy shoppers to beat the crowds to an online bargain Experts believe the recommerce market will double in size over the next five years. It used to be the preserve of car boot sales and charity shops.
Over 90% of Depop customers are under the age of 26 Etsy, the US-based online sales app, has struck a deal to buy Depop for £1.1 billion. The deal for the British secondhand clothing app is expected to be completed by the end of 2021. The marketplace for pre-owned clothes has taken off during the Covid pandemic, as people declutter their lives.
The Gen-Z-loved second-hand fashion app has been acquired by Etsy Whenever I have my heart set on a particular fashion item or look, the first thing I do is scan a few second-hand fashion sites, to see if I can find a preloved version. It’s not just because I try to make sustainable decisions wherever I can, but also because it often allows me to buy the fashion I love for a fraction of the retail cost.
UK-based fashion app Depop has 30m users in 150 countries - 90% of them under 26 Etsy has been on a major shopping spree - and spent $1.62bn (£1.14bn) on a single purchase. That’s the amount the American ecommerce company will pay for Depop, the UK-based second-hand fashion app.
Riches from rags: Owners of second-hand clothes app Depop are set for huge windfall as US giant Esty splashes out £1.2bn on their site
Owners of London-based second-hand fashion app Depop set for cash windfall US giant Etsy announced it is buying UK-based Depop site for £1.2billion founded the app in 2011 It has been run by since 2016 Reports estimate Beckerman is set to make a tidy £45million profit from sale The wealthy owners of London-based second-hand fashion app Depop are set for a huge cash windfall after US giant Etsy announced it is buying the site for £1.2billion to tap into the growing Generation Z market.
The founder of online second-hand marketplace Depop is set to net a multimillion-pound windfall after it was snapped up by US rival Etsy for £1.2billion. Simon Beckerman, a 47-year-old British-Italian entrepreneur, who was born in Milan and lives in London, founded Depop in 2011. Depop declined to reveal how much Beckerman would make from the sale, but he is likely to net a tidy profit along with his chief executive Maria Raga, other senior employees and individual entrepreneurial backers who have supported the business.
SECOND-HAND fashion clothing app Depop has been snapped up by craft supplies and handmade items marketplace Etsy. The £1.2billion deal will give Etsy access to the younger Generation Z market that is served by Depop. The second-hand clothing market is projected to be worth $64billion by 2024, twice the size of fast fashion, according to Statista.
British fashion resale app Depop has been sold to US marketplace giant Etsy for $1.6bn (£1.1bn), as the company sharpens its focus on smartphone-savvy Generation Z shoppers. Depop was founded by British-Italian businessman Simon Beckerman in 2011, specialising in selling vintage and second-hand clothing and shoes to young fashion-conscious consumers.