The True at friday 25 june entered the Atlanta market with a Buckhead outpost at 3073 Peachtree Rd., Ste. 100. The luxury consignment store window is open Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
the 3,200 square feet space, on the border of Buckhead Village development, includes two consignment offices and offers for women and men, including ready-to-wear, handbags, shoes, sneakers, accessories, jewelry, watches, home and clothing. art, and “beauty services”. Brands include everything from Gucci to Brunello Cucinelli to Supreme.
“We are delighted to open our eighth neighborhood store in Atlanta”, Ketoria Holmesthe RealReal Atlanta store manager said in a press release on Friday. âBuckhead is known as one of the best shopping mecca in the South, and we look forward to providing our new and existing buyers and shippers with an accessible location to engage in luxury resale in person.â
RealReal promotes itself as the âworld’s largest online marketplaceâ for authenticated and resale luxury goods.
âWith a rigorous authentication process overseen by experts, we provide a secure and reliable platform for consumers to buy and sell their luxury items,â the statement said. âAs a sustainable company, we breathe new life into pieces from thousands of brands across many categories – including womens and menswear, fine jewelry and watches, art and home – in favor of the circular economy. We make it easy to sell with free virtual appointments, door-to-door pickup, drop-off and drop-shipping. We do all the work for shippers, including authentication, using AI and machine learning to determine optimal prices, photograph and list their items, as well as manage shipping and customer service. .
RealReal has 17 outlets, including 12 shopping stores (in cities like Los Angeles, Miami, New York, and San Francisco), where customers can sell and meet with representatives on consignment to receive free valuations.
What Now Atlanta in March was the first to report The RealReal’s plans to add an Atlanta outpost to its growing bricks-and-mortar lineup. The company flatly denied the plans at the time.