1. List your item once by filling out our short seller form and upload as many photos as you want

2. We publish your listing on the Collabory platform as well as other resale marketplaces that fit the price class of your item. Your item reaches a much wider audience of shoppers and hopefully sells a lot quicker. We will let you know as soon as your listing is live.

3. We manage time-consuming communication with buyers - so you don’t have to - and notify you when something sells. If you don’t want to deal with the hassle of packaging we can send you our eco-friendly mailer bag with a prepaid shipping label attached.


Style Guide

We focus on contemporary womens and mens fashion and curate a mix of high quality mid-priced brands and high-end designers. We're not about vintage frocks but rather those lightly used pieces from a few collections ago. Some examples of brands we love are Acne Studios, Ganni, Isabel Marant etc. Items should not be older than three years and ideally reflect the current season (so, no winter clothes in summer).

Item Condition

We are committed to selling only the highest quality pre-owned items. This means that we only accept clothes and accessories that have been gently used with insignificant signs of wear. No damage or alterations, no pilling or holes, no stains or smells. If you are unsure whether your items meet our quality standards you can get in touch with us and we will help you out.


Smarter reselling

Collabory offers a smarter way to give your wardrobe a second life. One listing gives you access to many resale marketplaces at once and a much wider audience of shoppers. We handle all the chat with shoppers and notify you when something sells.

Earn extra cash

We help you unlock the value of your wardrobe so you can continue updating your style with a good conscience. You keep 65% of the resale price.

Happier planet

We are on a mission to revolutionise resale by making it a lot easier for people to participate in the circular economy - and keep clothing out of landfills. Giving a garment a second life significantly reduces its CO2 impact on the environment.