lululemon is a healthy lifestyle-inspired athletic apparel company for yoga, running, training, and most other sweaty pursuits, creating transformational products and experiences which enable people to live a life they love. By launching lululemon Like New, lululemon’s recommerce program, they are taking a meaningful step towards a circular ecosystem and a healthier future.
Levi’s has a long and rich history in retail and our lives. In 1873 Levi introduced his enduring product in America and to the world. As a company, Levi has always had a deep dedication to the environment with its recycling, authorized Vintage (pre-worn) Collection, and Water<Less® programs. Today, Levi’s announces its buyback and resale program to further it’s commitment to the environment, Levi’s SecondHand.
We’ve long been inspired by Patagonia’s values and commitment to innovative business practices that benefit both the company and its stakeholders. Trove was excited to partner with Patagonia to launch their Worn Wear online storefront, a customized resale platform that serves as the biggest indication yet that Patagonia is committed to the circular economy.
Eileen Fisher has been taking back its clothing since 2009, long before “circular economy” was a buzzword. They partnered with Trove to scale their ahead-of-its-time re-wear program to meet growing customer demand. Eileen Fisher Renew reaffirms the company’s commitment to creating a future without waste.
The nation’s largest consumer cooperative, REI is well known for its commitment to environmental stewardship, conservation and education—as well as its quality gear. With the launch of their resale site, REI Used Gear is embarking on the logical next step in its years-long campaign to rethink consumerism.
Arc’teryx is the global design company specializing in technical, high-performance gear with an ongoing commitment to sustainable design. Trove is proud to partner with Arc’teryx as they launch their resale program, Used Gear to keep these excellent products in service as long as possible – and also helps lighten the company’s environmental footprint.
Taylor Stitch founder and CEO, Michael Maher, sets an example of how brands can start to mitigate the enormous amount of waste generated by the fashion industry. Trove is honored to power Taylor Stitch’s Restitch program, a bold take-back and resale program that gives pre-loved clothing a second life and keeps more clothes out of landfills.