Ever wondered how much value your handbag actually holds? Well resale site Rebag’s latest app, Clair, is here to do just that. A thorough luxury appraisal index for retail launched on the 24th of October 2019, Clair’s data-backed system determines just how investment-worthy that designer bag you’ve been eyeing lately really is! The mobile app also allows the owners of desirable designer handbags to view the resale price of their piece at any time, both on Rebag as well as other resale websites. Ultimately, a proprietary software tool that evaluates the cost of almost any designer bag, covering over fifty luxury brands and 10,000 styles, within seconds.
Vintage flair is back in vogue and the recommence industry is on a roll, with people shopping secondhand now more than ever. Charles Gorra, founder and CEO of Rebag spoke of the fashion app in a press release “With more and more consumers contemplating the resale value of their luxury purchases, we’ve created a taxonomy that provides a transparent way for consumers to shop more wisely. We’ve spent years gathering data and analysing the luxury handbag market. Clair is our way of sharing that knowledge with the world.”
To navigate Clair, simply type in the designer bag you’re interested in either buying or selling and it will determine the true price most people would be willing to pay or sell for. The developers created the Clair Code: a universal code that determines the brand, model and size of your choice. If you are looking to sell your vintage treasures, you will be asked to detail the bag’s age, colour and condition before Clair can generate its resale value as well as Rebag’s offer.
Clair’s regular future updates will ensure that it stays on the ball with regards to appropriately pricing whats hot and forecasting new trends, such as increasing #OldCeline bags accordingly since the nostalgic yearning and renewed spike in interest, or conversely, devaluing certain Michael Kors models following their eroding appeal.
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