ACS are pleased to formally welcome Hirestreet UK to our rental operations!
Hirestreet, founded in 2017, were one of the first womenswear fashion rental platforms to operate in the UK. Paving the way for the future of fashion as ‘clothing as a service’ enters the UK market.
Hirestreet aspire to build a community of empowered woman who are ‘fashion, money and environmentally conscious’. Hirestreet’s mission is to make style and sustainability accessible to all women, including high-end and premium brands.
ACS have worked with Isabella and the team since 2018. We are delighted to enter into a formal agreement with Hirestreet to be their exclusive fulfilment partner for their clothing rental operations. The brand values of Hirestreet mirror those of ACS as we envision a future of fashion that is sustainable and circular.
At ACS, we realise that we all have a part to play in creating a sustainable future and therefore we continuously strive to reduce our carbon emissions and lower our impact on the environment.
Since starting our business journey together, we have been continually impressed by the strategic goals and objectives of Isabella and the team and how Hirestreet truly wish to change the fashion industry. When asked about partnering with ACS, Isabella West, founder and CEO of Hirestreet said “They have ozone sanitisation, in house dry-cleaning and everything is RFID chipped. That was a personal win for me”.
Hiretreet was a true start-up and a pioneer in the UK clothing rental sector and has quickly grown to be a leading force in this space. Hirestreet’s clothing range is accessible to all budgets, and Isabella’s investment in their technology platform is allowing the brand to grow quickly as consumers recognise the flexibility and simple consumer journey of rental.
We anticipate significant further growth for Hirestreet as the rental space in the UK womenswear market grows, and we look forward to continuing to work closely with Isabella and the team to create a seamless and sustainable alternative to fast-fashion.