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ASOS Will Now Collect Your Preloved Clothes, Thanks to Their New DPD Partnership
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Shopping at ASOS is about to change, in the best possible way. The fashion retailer has announced a partnership with delivery service DPD on a new circular fashion initiative, called ReLove. The partnership will enable ASOS customers to donate preloved clothing to one of their five leading charities (including Scope, Marie Curie, British Heart Foundation, British Red Cross, and The Children’s Society), when receiving their ASOS orders at their doorstep.



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ASOS Will Now Collect Your Preloved Clothes, Thanks to Their New DPD Partnership

The initiative kicks off today, on 15 April, to coincide with the reopening of charity shops in England and Wales, and requires customers to download the YourDPD app to select the option to donate as they await a delivery. The preloved item will then be collected and checked by DPD when they make the customer’s ASOS delivery. The item will then be

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PrettyLittleThing, Shein, ASOS, and the Rise of Ultra-fast Fashion
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This article was published online on February 6, 2021.


Last February, on a sunny afternoon in West Hollywood, two girls with precise eye makeup paused on Melrose Avenue and peered in the windows of a building whose interior was painted a bright, happy pink. Two pink, winged unicorns flanked racks of clothes: ribbed crop tops, snakeskin-print pants, white sleeveless bodysuits. One of the girls tugged on the door, then frowned. It was locked, which was weird. She tugged again. Inside, a broad-chested security guard regarded them impassively from behind a pink security desk.

Erin Cullison, the U.S. public-relations rep for PrettyLittleThing, a fast-fashion brand founded in 2012, watched the girls give up and walk away. She sighed. Although the West Hollywood showroom closely resembles a store, it is not, in fact, a store. It is not open to the public; the clothes on the racks don’t have price

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New Year’s deals from Asos, Zara, Look Fantastic and more
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<p>From Topshop to Cult Beauty, there are plenty of impressive savings to be had</p> (The Independent)

From Topshop to Cult Beauty, there are plenty of impressive savings to be had

(The Independent)

The January sales are good news for anyone looking to grab a bargain, but fashion and beauty fans specifically are in for a real treat.

Whether you’re looking to overhaul your skincare routine, top up on your go-to products or invest in a statement piece you can wear all year round, shopping in the New Year will ensure you make impressive savings.

Now is the time to treat yourself to the Christmas gifts that didn’t quite make it into your stocking, and the best part is you don’t need to wade through piles of snubbed clothes or queue for hours on end to nab them.

The majority of fashion brands and retailers have amped up their virtual discounts amid an online shopping boom during the pandemic, with favourites such as Net-a-Porter, Asos, Zara and

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The best early deals from Boots, Asos, Next and more
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<p>From Topshop to Cult Beauty, there are plenty of impressive savings to be had</p> (The Independent)

From Topshop to Cult Beauty, there are plenty of impressive savings to be had

(The Independent)

The January sales are good news for anyone looking to grab a bargain, but fashion and beauty fans specifically are in for a real treat.

Whether you’re looking to overhaul your skincare routine, top up on your go-to products or invest in a statement piece you can wear all year round, shopping in the New Year will ensure you make impressive savings.

Now is the time to treat yourself to the Christmas gifts that didn’t quite make it into your stocking, and the best part is you don’t need to wade through piles of snubbed clothes or queue for hours on end to nab them.

The majority of fashion brands and retailers have amped up their virtual discounts amid an online shopping boom during the pandemic, with favourites such as Net-a-Porter, Asos, Zara and

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Best offers on clothing from Nike, Asos, H&M and more
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The coronavirus pandemic has meant all non-essential businesses have been closed since lockdown began on 23 March.

It’s had a detrimental impact on fashion shops across the UK. B2B magazine, Drapers reported in-store sales have dropped 84 per cent compared to 2019, and – despite online grocery sales surging – for the rest of the retail landscape things also look bleak.

Debenhams is closing five more stores across the UK, while Oasis and Warehouse have both permenantly closed after administraitors failed to find a buyer, which also includes around 2,000 jobs losses.

That said, prime minister Boris Johnson has announced all non-essential retailers will be able to reopen in England from 15 June, a move which will include clothes shops, in the latest easing of lockdown restrictions.

As an army of shops prepare to open their doors to the public for the first time in months, many

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