The destination for luxury recommerce, Hewi boasts an expert curation of brands and an unparalleled commitment to customer service for buyers and sellers alike. A forerunner in resale, since its inception in 2012 the platform has pioneered and paved the way for pre-owned fashion, revolutionising the industry in building a circular economy that's now leading global conversation and urgent change in how the world shops luxury.
"We knew it was a good idea from the start," says Tatiana Wolter-Ferguson, Hewi's chief executive officer, who founded the company with her mother, Sharon, and sister, Natalya. "We were moving from the south of France to the U.K., we were going through our wardrobes, deciding what we should and shouldn't keep and we kept telling each other, "I've hardly ever worn this - sell it," she explains, adding, "Other people were taking storage units, additional home space or even new houses for these wardrobes. Because of the quality of these pieces, it was never stock that was going to end up in landfill, so we wanted to create this safe space where members could benefit - and profit - from giving their pre-loved fashion a new lease of life."
Headquartered in Mayfair in the heart of London, Hewi also offers a VIP service to sellers from the worlds of fashion, film, and royalty, helping them to manage their wardrobes and decide what to sell on. The business has become a global brand, recently collaborating with Sotheby's to create its first ever luxury handbag and accessories auction; and partnering with Vogue to host a sale of items from the wardrobes of 23 supermodels including Kate Moss and Gigi Hadid with proceeds going to charity. Combining digital innovation with unequalled sartorial expertise and bespoke customer service, Hewi honours brands and empowers people to drive fashion forward for good. It's All Good.