LuxAnthropy, a Los Angeles-based online consignment store, resells high fashion from the wardrobes of celebrities and TV and film productions and donates part of the proceeds to charity.
It’s the kind of online resale boutique fashionistas dream about: Giambattista Valli pants from Elizabeth Hurley’s closet. Zac Posen gowns for less than $200. Vintage Chanel, Bottega Veneta and Louis Vuitton handbags.
Called LuxAnthropy, it’s an L.A.-based online consignment store that offers sellers and shoppers an eco-friendly marketplace for high fashion pieces. But, as you might have deduced from the name – a mashup of “luxury” and “philanthropy” – it supports more than just sustainable shopping: It also allows sellers to donate a portion of their proceeds to their favorite charity.