Luxury retailer celebrates third anniversary with charity auction

ReebonzOnline luxury retailer, Reebonz, has celebrated the third year anniversary of its Sydney CBD concept store opening with a charity auction, raising $2800 for the White Ribbon charity.

The auction was attended by stylists including Shiralee Coleman, Sara Ennaim, Chris Haggerty; with the event also featuring an exclusive style session with influential fashion blogger, Nadia Fairfax.

Fairfax discussed recent trends emerging in luxury fashion at the venue, which was decked in black and gold and showcasing a range of luxury handbags from brands including Hermes, Saint Laurent, Chanel, Prada and Celine.

“It’s an exciting time for us as a brand and we are delighted to celebrate three years of the concept store in the heart of the Sydney CBD,” said Sean Lim, Reebonz head of sales and marketing manager.

“The store delivers a unique retail experience that sees the seamless interaction of fashion and lifestyle experiences. Nadia truly evokes our brand with her effortless fashion style and luxurious fun lifestyle, and we’re incredibly excited to have her on board to recognise this milestone,” Lim said.

“It’s also a great honour to have been able to support the White Ribbon charity through auctioning some of our finest new and pre-owned fashion items. Our mission is to make luxury accessible to everyone, but it’s great to be able to show that luxury fashion can be a great way to give back as well,” she continued.

Established in 2009, the luxury fashion retailer launched its first concept store in Sydney’s CBD in 2013 and houses designer brands, personalised services in addition to selling pre-owned luxury bags, accessories, watches, jewellery and shoes from designer labels sold on sale events.

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