Rebag, the luxury resale marketplace founded in 2014 with a focus on handbags, accessories, fine jewelry and watches, is expanding its offerings, beginning to include select apparel and footwear.

In a statement, Rebag said the introduction of shoes and select apparel would bring a more diversified selection to and Rebag stores. The expansion allows Rebag to begin collecting further insights on the luxury resale industry in these categories while growing its technical capabilities to advance product knowledge.

Rebag will buy and sell shoes, including sandals, sneakers, heels, boots, loafers, and select apparel, including outerwear, jackets, vests, sweaters, and sweatshirts, from existing labels, including Chanel, Gucci, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, and Fendi while accepting luxury designers, including Adidas, Balmain, Common Projects, Maison Margiela, Manolo Blahnik, Jordan, Yeezy, Rick Owens, and Vetements.

“After our successful integration of watches and fine jewelry in 2020, shoes and apparel are the natural next step for us,” said Charles Gorra, CEO and founder, Rebag. “We are excited to expand our horizons and offer our customers new categories to invest in. This has always been a request from both our buyers and sellers and will help us address a larger share of their resale needs.”

Similar to Rebag’s existing categories, clients can sell shoes and select apparel within its accepted designer list online or in person at any Rebag physical location in the U.S. Customers will receive upfront pricing and payment on completion of the vetting process.

The announcement follows Rebag’s recent partnership with Moda Operandi, featuring a digital trunkshow, the launch of Rebag Rewards, a multi-tiered loyalty program, and the launch of Trade, a feature that allows consumers to buy and sell items in a single transaction.