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Fashion: Vestiaire Collective founder takes the reins of a second-hand luxury company in which Darren Star is a shareholder

2023-12-05T14:58:19.412Z

Highlights: Sébastien Fabre is the new CEO of second-hand luxury company ReSee. He started his career at Microsoft in 1996, in the early days of the consumer internet. The idea for Vestiaire Collective was born during this period, based on a simple observation: "My wife was carrying tote bags, while her expensive bags were waiting for her in her dressing room, I perceived the value of these things that were sleeping" He found his associates among his entourage at Microsoft.


INFO LE FIGARO - The new CEO of ReSee knows its founders, Sabrina Marshall and Sofia Bernardin, well. They asked him to structure the company, which is entering a new phase of growth.


As a child, Sébastien Fabre lived successively in Haiti, Cameroon and French Guiana. Countries that instilled in him the importance of never wasting. Back in France, his mother ran a second-hand book store in 1986. Twenty years later, he followed in his footsteps by imagining a platform for the sale of high-end items between individuals, Vestiaire Collective. He continues this by joining ReSee, which has been offering second-hand vintage luxury clothing, jewellery and accessories since 2013.

He began his career at Microsoft in 1996, in the early days of the consumer internet. He spent ten years in the fast-growing web and telecoms division, which gave him an "exciting" day-to-day life. The idea for Vestiaire Collective was born during this period, based on a simple observation: "My wife was carrying tote bags, while her expensive bags were waiting for her in her dressing room, I perceived the value of these things that were sleeping," he explains. He found his associates among his entourage...

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