As the world of fashion looks to promote more conscious consumerism, Timberland has unveiled its first ever rental collection alongside UK-based platform HURR.
Founded in 2017, HURR is a clothing rental platform that was born with an aim of breaking fast-fashion industry habits, and creating a new, more sustainable way of living. The platform not only works with brands and retailers to share its pieces, but it also gives those with luxury garments the chance to monetize them too, and renters the ability to wear them for a fraction of the retail price.
Linking up with Timberland, the duo has unveiled the latter’s Fall/Winter 2021 collection as its latest rental offering, which marks the brand’s first ever foray into the ever-growing market.
The collection itself comprises outerwear in shades of red, grey, black and khaki, with prices for four-day rental starting at just £17 (approximately $23 USD) from November 3 via the HURR website.
In other fashion news, Jil Sander’s FW21 Arc’teryx collection is rumored to be dropping this month.
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