May 31st, 2018
On My Radar

New Magazine: More or Less

Jaime Perlman, a Vogue alum of both the American and British editions, is launching More or Less, a bi-annual magazine that will mix luxury with vintage. Kate Moss is on the debut cover and showcases her famed vintage collection in a story photographed by Ethan James Green. Vogue‘s Mark Holgate spoke with Ms. Perlman and got the scoop.

I’ve been adding more and more resale items to my posts—there are so many sites with great and authenticated finds. As the price of luxury clothing skyrockets and environmental concerns about fast fashion escalate, mixing it up feels modern and conscientious.


what's new


Cashmere double-slit turtleneck sweater


Wrap front plaid dress


Sirah oversized cable-knit turtleneck sweater


Crécy belt in smooth calfskin


Soft City single-breasted wool coat


A-line bouclé skirt


Bansha Fair Isle merino wool turtleneck sweater


Carré leather cross-body bag


Oversized wool-blend sweater


Crécy Camera bag


Packable-hood quilted down jacket

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  • One of the very best and most knowledgeable vintage collectors, online reseller and personal shopper is my friend Sarah whose website just scratches the surface of her access, knowledge and service…worth a look if you are interested in supporting other than big brand names online, yes, even in reselling…

    Ellen MarieMay 31st, 2018  4:37 PM

  • Oh this looks good – and yes, I agree with you about vintage, the environment and not buying loads of new stuff.

    That's Not My AgeJune 1st, 2018  6:12 AM

  • What do you think are the best designer resale sites?

    BrendaJune 1st, 2018  9:27 AM

  • I like The Real Real and Vestiaire Collective, but there many more.

    PrestonJune 1st, 2018  9:38 AM

  • Any others for luxury handbags?

    KimJune 1st, 2018  10:21 AM

  • @Kim – I like What Goes Around Comes Around, because you can order and return for full refund. Tradesy is also good because you can return for a site credit. I don’t like The Real for handbags because they have a strict no return policy for handbags, but yet, take everything else back for refund? I think they should change that policy.

    KathyJune 1st, 2018  3:26 PM

  • Just FYI I had good service returning a bag on The Real Real a few monthes ago. It was a white Marni bag and significantly more worn and makes up than reflected in the photos. I sent a polite email requesting a return and they politely said of course. I am a decent customer (buy 4-5 items a year) so maybe that helped?

    CeejayJune 2nd, 2018  7:05 AM


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