Material world

  • What To Trade In
  • May 20, 2017

New Brands : May 2017

Evolving your closet should be easy and empowering! We are always on the hunt for new luxury brands to add to our ever-growing list of Accepted Brands. The more brands we work with, the more opportunities you have to trade in and shop pre-owned. So, here’s some awesome news - we just added 26 new luxury brands this month!


How do we determine which brands to accept? We choose to work with brands that make high-quality products, meant to last a lifetime..or two. We especially love to work with brands that align with our own ethos and value sustainability, ethical business practices, bold style, and personal evolution. Below you’ll find a few of the newbies that we just adore! Request a free Trade-In Kit or keep an eye out for some fresh pre-owned product on the site. After all, springtime is the best time to refresh your closet!





Rihanna may be widely regarded for her musical talent, but she is also equally respected for her bold and fearless style. She doesn’t make fashion choices, she makes statements, meant to shock her onlookers and push boundaries. It makes perfect sense to us that this style icon would create an edgy athleisure line in collaboration with Puma. You’ll find slide sandals and sneakers dressed up with satin bows, oversized tees, and exaggerated high-low parkas in pastels. At Material World we love Rihanna’s bold style and we are pleased to announce Fenty Puma by Rihanna as one of the newest additions to our Accepted Brands list!





It’s widely understood today that the fashion industry has a negative impact on our environment. Eileen Fisher recognized this back in 1984, when she launched her first environmentally-conscious clothing line. Since then, Eileen Fisher has been a leader in the transformation of the fashion industry and consistently challenges other brands to up their environmental standards. The brand uses sustainable fabrics, natural dyes, and ethical production to make their easy-to-wear, naturally elegant, and hassle-free clothing. A large portion of Eileen Fisher’s collections are also produced here in New York and Los Angeles. With pieces that are sustainably made and so easy to wear, how can you go wrong?





Ace & Jig was started by two friends who met as fashion interns and bonded over their love for woven antique textiles. Take a closer look at their loose-fitting dresses, striped skirts, and overalls meant to go from gardening to work, and you will notice the thoughtful design details and irregularities that celebrate the natural fibers and the craft. The duo pulls inspiration from all around the world and works with artisans who share their passion for quality textiles and authentic handloom methods. Ace & Jig goes above and beyond to ensure a healthy and sustainable supply chain by providing childcare and other benefits for their artisans - true sustainability means caring for the makers, in addition to the environment. Their eclectic design approach, coupled with their drive to create clothing in an ethical way, makes shopping their offerings a win-win.


Everyone else is awesome too…


Nour Hammour

Public School

Ryan Roche

Off White c/o Virgil Abloh

Caroline Constas




Ace & Jig


SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker (shoes)

Eileen Fisher

Mari Giudicelli


Jesse Kamm

Eckhaus Latta

Fenty Puma by Rihanna

MiH jeans

Simone Rocha

Bec & Bridge




Gosha Rubchinskiy

Rosetta Getty

Brock Collection




Trade-in to lengthen the lifespan of your clothing
and take some pressure off our environment. 


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