Work with our wider industry, our partners and brands to introduce business models and develop concepts that strengthen sustainability across the business.
We are committed to working with our brand and industry partners to drive sustainability initiatives that support best practice and increase product circularity across the luxury industry.
With our ‘Luxury for Life’ initiative, which empowers customers to invest in products that stand the test of time, our ambition is to build partnerships that support circularity in luxury retail and provide services to extend product lifespans.
MY WARDROBE HQ
MY WARDROBE HQ
Circular fashion is a key tenet of the Harrods Path – as represented by our sustainability logo. Our pioneering partnership with rental platform My Wardrobe HQ offers UK customers the chance to rent an edit of Harrods designers for the very first time. Think style with no strings attached: walk away with a show-stopping look, then come back and do it all again!
Our ‘Luxury for Life’ initiative promotes lengthening the lifecycle of products bought at Harrods through the offer of repair, restoration and remodelling services. This includes the introduction of The Restory, an aftercare service which restores accessories to their former glory.
Alongside The Restory, as part of our ‘Luxury for Life’ initiative, we have Harrods’ long-standing bespoke alterations department, The Tailors, which offers clothing a second life through restoration, remodelling and alteration services.
We are longstanding members of Walpole, the official sector body for UK Luxury, and have worked closely with the organisation on the development of its Sustainability Manifesto, uniting British luxury brands with a common cause to drive sustainable practice in the sector.
In 2018, we launched our first luxury pop-up store, Fashion Re-Told, raising funds for the NSPCC through retailing pre-loved fashion. The concept highlighted the importance of lengthening product lifecycle and promoting circularity in luxury. We opened the pop-up once again in 2019 and raised more than £278,000 for the NSPCC over the two years.