Depop is set to launch a pop-up in London’s Oxford Street for three days to encourage more people to buy secondhand and circular fashion.
The fashion marketplace will launch the pop-up from 11 to 13 November, powered by retail space rental agency Sook.
Depop will bring four leading sellers into the pop-up store at the Sook Oxford Street space.
Brands Celiapops and Identityparty will be showcased with an edit of handpicked vintage and Y2K pieces, including an entire downstairs sale section with prices starting at just £5.
They will be followed by Imdesigns, LooseThreads and Sortedvintage, bringing their offering of men’s and women’s designer and streetwear to the space on 13 November.
The event is made possible through ‘Powered by Depop’, a sponsorship programme which gives sellers the tools to take their business offline.
Depop seller pop-ups will be also taking place across Manchester, Sheffield and Nottingham throughout November and December.
Sook CEO John Hoyle said: “We’ve had multiple Depoppers use our spaces in London, Edinburgh, Birmingham and Southampton over the past 18 months, with many of these sellers driving huge queues of customers keen to get their hands on their one-off pieces and vintage outfits.”
“We’re delighted to work with Powered by Depop to give more sellers the opportunity to bring their products into the real world in high streets and shopping centres across the UK, allowing them to meet fans and potential new customers, and offering the perfect blend of online and offline shopping.”