Luxury retailer Harrods got into the holiday spirit by enabling consumers to purchase high-end clothes while supporting the NSPCC, a long-time charity partner of Harrods at 'Fashion Re-told.'
This event, which is branded as “the world’s most glamorous pop-up shop,” enables consumers, employees and brands to donate luxury clothing items to Harrods, resulting in names like Mulberry, Paul Smith and Rachel Riley being available for a fraction of its normal value. All of the proceeds from this event are donated in support of the NSPCC, a charity that's committed to ending child abuse in the U.K.
Fashion Re-told makes high-end clothes more accessible to the general public, and uses the valuable pieces to
incentivise people to support the cause.
Image Credit: Harrods, WWD