Closet Cycle’s community-focused fashion rental platform is the Airbnb of fashion, a way for users to find the perfect style without breaking the bank.
— Elena Muntean
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., United States, Dec. 6, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Closet Cycle today announced the general launch of its peer-to-peer fashion rental platform in the United States. The platform takes a community-focused approach to fashion rental, allowing users to browse, discover and rent fashion from users with similar styles and body types. Women who choose to rent clothing can generate a meaningful stream of income from their usually underutilized closets, but renting fashion saves them more money than buying similar items. Yes, Closet Cycle also supports budding designers and creators by providing a platform for renting works from the collection.
Closet Cycle was founded by two female serial entrepreneurs, CEO Elena Muntean and CTO Falisse Frazier. They have developed a platform and expanded their business with the goal of accelerating the transition to sustainable fashion while allowing new consumers to enjoy the thrill of finding that perfect fit.
“We founded Closet Cycle with a focus on building a community where fashion is accessible to everyone while promoting sustainability and reuse. We are delighted to be onboarding to ,” said CEO and Co-Founder Elena Muntean. “Our early traction in San Francisco shows that people love our community-first approach and the ability to browse and rent from hundreds of closets.”
The launch of Closet Cycle follows changing demographics and consumer preferences in the fashion industry. Young consumers are steadily turning to upcycling and are serious about sustainability in the fashion industry. We provide users with a viable and cost-effective alternative.
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