Browns collaborates with luxury resale platform, Luxclusif, on a curated edit of over 50 pre-owned vintage iconic bags from superbrands including Chanel, Hermés and Louis Vuitton exclusively at Browns Brook Street. Luxclusif specialise in sourcing and distributing highly sought after vintage luxury pieces, for customers to claim their favorite part of fashion history.
‘For this partnership, Browns and Luxclusif worked collaboratively to imagine the best possible assortment for such a location as Browns Brook Street. We sourced many models specifically for the occasion to amaze and surprise the fashion-forward audience.’ Rui Rapazote, Luxclusif Co-Founder.
Hugo Preece, Womenswear Non-Apparel Buyer, Browns commented, ‘We’ve been working towards launching pre-owned bags for many years, not just because it aligns with our sustainable goals and plays a key part in a circular economy, but also because we know these are pieces our customers will love for years to come. We’re thrilled to have secured an assortment of the hottest pre-loved brands, with a tongue in cheek offering covering only the best of the best. The cherry on the cake has to be the candy-store selection of Birkins and Kellys.’
What was once Nancy Lancaster’s bedroom in Browns iconic Grade II* listed Flagship, our accessories room has been transformed into an homage to the world’s best luxury designer handbags. The Chanel edit features both timeless classics from the double flap and boy bag, to covetable rare editions including the rare mermaid 2.55 bag from Chanel’s Metiers d’Art 2020 and the Coco Splash flap which debuted on the 2018 runway.
From Hermés, find the brand’s heritage Birkin and Kelly bags in a range of candy colours and sizes.
Alongside the brand’s classics, some of Louis Vuitton’s most famous collaborations are now exclusively at Browns Brook Street, including the famed Graffiti and Roses collections with Stephen Sprouse, the Multicolore and Cherry Blossoms collections by Takashi Murakami, and a a Watercolor Papillon by Richard Prince. Also find, Marc Jacobs-era denim models that any Y2K lover will have their eye on.