A number of resale and rental clothing businesses have emerged around the global fashion industry in the direction of sustainability. Amid the pandemic, how can these businesses evolve to be even more conscious?
With the vast majority of the fashion industry recognizing the need to stop and reassess its consumption system, is there more to sustainability than just the production process of garments? We invite Lucie Finet of Vestiaire Collective, a leading global platform for desirable pre-owned fashion to explore how consumers can use products and circulate responsibly.
About Lucie Finet
Currently the Head of Hong Kong and Greater China at Vestiaire Collective, the leading community-driven platform for desirable pre-owned fashion, Lucie is responsible for overseeing the day to day business for key markets including Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and China. Lucie first joined Vestiaire Collective in 2017 as Strategy Manager driven by the ambition to help make a difference and promote more responsible consumption in her job. With this role, she supported top management on strategic planning and cross functional initiatives.
Prior to Vestiaire Collective, Lucie started her career as a strategy consultant in Paris with OC&C Strategy Consultants. She supported numerous investors in their investment making decisions with a focus on digital, as well as large corporates on their growth strategy.
Lucie completed her studies at HEC Paris with a Master in Management majoring in International Business. She is also a specialist in China, having completed a joint degree with HEC Paris and Tsinghua University in Beijing, as well as a year of intensive Chinese studies at the East China Normal University in Shanghai.