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The Otrium Story and why we want all clothing to be worn

When we started Otrium, we didn’t just want to create a company, we wanted to start a movement. We wanted every item of clothing produced to be worn.

Conscious

Coup de projecteur sur les marques éco-responsables

Chez Otrium, nous nous efforçons en permanence de rendre la mode plus intelligente, en offrant aux amateurs de mode la meilleure expérience de vente en ligne possible et en veillant à ce que chaque vêtement soit porté. À l'avenir, nous avons décidé de communiquer davantage sur notre cheminement éco-responsable et sur nos choix raisonnés.
We’re on an ongoing journey to make fashion smarter, giving fashion-lovers the best possible online retail experience and making sure every item of clothing is worn. Going forward, we decided to communicate more about our roadmap and responsible choices to be as transparent as possible.
In the fashion industry, 12% of the garments that are produced stay unsold. 
We’re on a journey to make fashion smarter, giving fashion-lovers the best possible online retail experience and making sure every item of clothing is worn. Going forward, we’ll be sharing more about our conscious roadmap and responsible choices.
This is usually a busy month for the luxury industry. Not long after glossy fashion magazines publish their all-important September issues, thousands of retail buyers, journalists and clients embark on a tour of New York, London, Milan and Paris. Rolling from city to city to attend fashion weeks, they decide the trends that will power a global luxury goods market worth hundreds of billions — in 2019, 281 billion euros, or $334 billion.
The NY Times
Our tech-enabled insights help over 200 brands with their outlet stores on the Otrium app sell their unsold inventory.
Otrium, the online outlet marketplace for end-of-season fashion is the fastest growing technology company in the Netherlands.
Clothing brands partner with Otrium to find a home for every unsold item, and leverage its tech platform to unlock the commercial potential of end-of-season fashion
Washington will lead global expansion of the brand into the U.S. Andrew Robb, the Farfetch’s former COO, to join board

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