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Jun 1, 2022
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The Outnet expands menswear reach with US debut

Published
Jun 1, 2022

Yoox Net-A-Porter’s The Outnet is widening its menswear target market as the past-season specialist launches the offer in the US.


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It has debuted there this week so American customers can now switch seamlessly between both menswear and womenswear on The Outnet webstore.

The launch follows a “successful” UK, EMEA and Asia Pacific menswear debut back in March and is a major move for the site that had been womenswear-only since its original opening in 2009.

US customers now have access to a dedicated menswear homepage, a menswear mega nav drop-down, plus editorial and marketing campaigns. 

The categories available on the site mirror the womenswear version, “providing a full product offering” at up to 70% off in-season prices.

And the launch also sees The Outnet’s resale service being extended to menswear. Customers who choose to resell their menswear will get store credit with an extra 10% incentive or direct bank transfer once sold.

The company said that the new offer includes a curated edit from established brand partners such as Alexander McQueen, Dolce & Gabbana, Sandro, Rag & Bone and Acne Studios complemented by new brands, including Canali and Officine Generale.

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