ShareMyBag for Sustainable Fashion
ShareMyBag is the first sharing economy platform for fashion, it can be defined as a true Airbnb for fashion, as it provides the community with a platform where users can get in touch directly to give or rent what they have in their wardrobe.
Our goal is to create a unique way to create and support sustainable fashion: we want to create an alternative to the consumption model proposed by fast fashion in the past years, the wear it once culture.
We want to create a longer life cycle for each fashion item and to re-educate consumers to the real value of fashion.
Our mantra is "Give New Life to Fashion"!
ShareMyBag offers a unique way of keeping up with trends. By sharing our wardrobes, we can earn by renting what we don't use every day and, at the same time, having access to thousands of items at a fraction of the price, being able to rent a dress or accessory for an evening instead of having to buy it.
We are online since November 2018 all over the world, and we have developed a strong community of fashion enthusiasts in Italy and New York, where we have already organized a launch event.
We are collaborating with the most important organizations for sustainable fashion, like Fashion Revolution, Eco-Age, Vogue and we will soon release the new website, with a design restyling and some important news!
We will host the most important stores and brand for high end fashion, like 10 Corso Como, Gucci, Prada, and we will also have the most important fashion influencers wardrobes available on the website. Have you ever thought to be able to rent a Chiara Ferragni’s bag?
The possibilities of growth of the project are incredible, just think that in the market of unused clothes and accessories in the US has a value of 8 billion dollars.
Furthermore, according to research by Forbes, women own on average $ 1000 of unused clothes in their wardrobes every year (considerably higher in big cities).
"ShareMyBag is a young project, an ambitious mission to change the consumption culture of fashion, an idea that I had when I lived in New York and that I’m sure will be the future of fashion. "
Silvia Vanni, Founder