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HEWI London


Similar to eBay, HEWI (Hardly Ever Worn It) provides an online platform exclusively for new or hardly worn pre-owned designer items.

HEWI was Founded by Sharon Wolter-Ferguson and her two daughters, Natalya and Tatiana. Since launch in 2012  HEWI London has paved the way for pre-owned fashion.

Buyers are given the option of following sellers, watching items and choose to either "buy it now" or make offers on future purchases. HEWI offer a number of services including the option for sellers to list products themselves or also offers an exclusive concierge service to VIP sellers, helping them to manage their wardrobes and choose what to sell on. The business has become a global brand, partnering with numerous celebrities from the worlds of fashion, film, music, royalty and entertainment.

Combining digital innovation with unparalleled sartorial expertise and bespoke customer service, HEWI has created a whole new sector in the UK fashion industry and is the smart style secret of shoppers all over the world.

HEWI is headquartered in an elegant Mayfair townhouse, in the heart of London.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
11 Manchester Square, London W1U 3PW
Head Office Telephone: 020 7487 2679
PR Company: Hardly Ever Worn It handles their own PR: press@hardlyeverwornit.com
Company Information
Marketplace Type: Resale & Rebuy
Segments / Shopping Categories: Womenswear; Menswear; Bags; Watches; Jewellery
Number of Brands Stocked: Approx 1,000
Key Brands Stocked: Alexander McQueen; Balenciaga; Balmain; Bottega Veneta; Burberry; Cartier; Celine; Chanel; Dior; Dolce & Gabbana; Fendi; Givenchy; Gucci; Ralph Lauren; Saint Laurent; Stella McCartney; Tom Ford; Valentino; Victoria Beckham
Payment Methods: Credit Card; Debit Card; PayPal; American Express
Delivery Options: Standard delivery
Key Countries Shipped To: UK; EU
Marketplace / Aggregator: Yes
Key Executives
Founder: Sharon Wolter-Ferguson

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