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NEW YORKFeb. 7, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- Vestiaire Collective, the world's leading luxury fashion resale platform, announces its latest celebrity closet sale. Oscar-winning producer and actress Jessica Chastain, along with her longtime stylist Elizabeth Stewart, mark a new chapter for the company in the United States.


The sale is accompanied by content created for the occasion for Vestiaire Collective's owned channels, including interviews with Jessica Chastain and Elizabeth Stewart on the resale platform's social media channels, editorial content on its main homepage, as well as dedicated newsletters and shopping selections. The items in the sale include a selection of pieces that are as red carpet as they are street-style, handpicked by Chastain and Stewart. Brands include Gucci, Roksanda, Dries Van Noten, Mach & Mach, and Off-White, in addition to standout pieces like a white Carolina Herrera gown worn at the premiere of The Good Nurse, a burgundy velvet dress by Dries van Noten that Chastain wore on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and a menswear-inspired Ralph Lauren dress worn at the Tribeca Film Festival.

To celebrate the collaboration, Chastain and Stewart co-hosted a pre-NYFW cocktail party at New York's supper club The Nines, along with Vestiaire Collective co-founder and president Fanny Moizant and North American general manager Samina Virk. Chastain and Stewart wore pieces from their own wardrobes – available as part of the Vestiaire Collective sale – in an effort to destigmatize the act of re-wearing outfits that have already been sketched on the spot, and thus fight against overconsumption. All net proceeds from the sale of Jessica Chastain's items will be donated to Women for Women International, an organization that supports women survivors of war and conflict by equipping them with a variety of skills to transform their own lives, as well as those of their families and communities.

"I have worn these pieces at important moments in my life and I am sensitive to the craftsmanship that has been used to make them. I hope others enjoy these pieces as much as I do," said Jessica Chastain. "I appreciate the fact that Vestiaire Collective is a mission-driven company that is transforming the fashion industry for a more sustainable future and I'm thrilled that these items are finding a second life," she added.


Elizabeth Stewart supports the sale by providing items from her personal wardrobe, including cocktail dresses and everyday outfits by Altuzarra, Roger Vivier and Prada – to name a few. In addition to Jessia Chastain, the renowned stylist's clients include Cate Blanchett, Julia RobertsViola Davis and Amanda Seyfried, among other Hollywood stars.

"Jessica loves to tell stories with fashion; She was never interested in trends, but rather in Hollywood elegance and glamour," says the stylist, who has worked with the Oscar-winning actress for more than 14 years. "I love buying and selling with Vestiaire Collective and I'm excited to open my wardrobe to fashion lovers around the world so they can wear these pieces again and enjoy them to the fullest."

"We created Vestiaire Collective to allow everyone to refresh their wardrobe in a sustainable way and discover unique pieces from personalities like Jessica and Elizabeth. They symbolize the best of what our collective stands for – incredible style paired with the belief that circularity is the future of fashion," notes Fanny Moizant, co-founder and president of Vestiaire Collective.

Founded in Paris in 2009, Vestiaire Collective distinguishes itself by providing its global community of fashion enthusiasts with access to unique wardrobes, as well as maintaining official partnerships with some of the biggest names in luxury fashion – such as Burberry, Gucci, Chloé and many more. With more than 5 million items in its catalog and 30,000 new listings per day, Vestiaire has become the first choice when it comes to sustainable fashion.

This partnership with Jessica Chastain and Elizabeth Stewart is part of the company's growth strategy in the U.S., following the establishment of a brand new U.S. team led by Samina Virk, CEO for North America, the introduction of a 0%* commission for U.S. sellers on the platform (*processing fees apply), a new VIP consignment program in New York, and a viral campaign – the Fast Fashion Ban.