Retykle opens winter pop-up store for pre-loved children’s wear

Kaycee Enerva

Kaycee Enerva

After the success of its pop-up store Summer last year, Retykle is set to re-open its doors to pre-loved children’s wear ahead of the Chinese New Year. 

Retykle is Asia’s largest resale platform for buying and selling designer children’s wear, babywear, and maternity clothing. 

From January 8 to 22, customers will be able to shop for clothes, shoes, and accessories that have outgrown their previous owners. 

Retykle opens winter pop-up store for pre-loved children's wear
A previous Retykle pop-up store.

Located in the exclusive shopping precinct of Causeway Bay along Yung Ping Road, the brand will offer a curated selection of designer brands, including Bonpoint, Jacadi, Ralph Lauren, Moncler, Seed, and more, exclusively available in-store – with hundreds of new items added daily to offer a “circular display” each visit.

The brand will also collect children’s clothes and toys at the pop-up stores for customers looking for consignment on its platform. In addition, to encourage parents to “Join the Cycle”, those who will bring clothes for resale will receive 10 per cent off their same-day purchases at the pop-up store.

For those who prefer brand new items, the brand will also offer exclusive past-season pieces, up to 60-90 per cent off their retail price from brands like Bonpoint, Moncler, Petit Bateau, Jacadi, Vilebrequin, and more. 

Retykle opens winter pop-up store for pre-loved children's wear
Retykle’s founder Sarah Garner.

“Since our launch, we are proud to have recirculated more than 150,000 items of kids clothing and helped to donate over 30,000 items to local charities,” the company says. “By shopping secondhand, our customers have saved 185,000kg of carbon (equivalent to the same amount 8480 trees absorb in one year) and 313 million litres of water (equivalent to 1.252 billion glasses of water. 

In June 2021, Retykle became climate-neutral certified. 

Kaycee Enerva

Kaycee Enerva

A digital content manager based in the Philippines, Kaycee Enerva has written for multiple publications over several years. A graduate of Computer Science, she exchanged a career in IT to pursue her passion for writing. She's slowly practicing sustainability through period cups, and eating more plant-based food.


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