Shop A La CarteShop the Menabòh Market
Just want a little something? Find all of our vintage, upcycled and indepdendent designer fashion available in the Menabòh Market.
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Suprise yourself with responsible style with the Bòh Box!
How does it work? Take our style quiz and select one garment that our stylists will build a total look around. In the end you'll get 4 pieces- 1 you choose and 3 others to complete the look.
UpcycleGive your garment new life
Have a garment that you love but it needs a little extra something? Maybe it's missing a button, or it needs a bigger facelift to make it fashionable again. Show us what you've got and our designers will give you two proposals custom made for your garments.
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We're on a mission to curb fashion waste without compromising on style.
With over 100 billion garments produced every year, we think there's more than enough to go around. That's why we're focused on giving new life to vintage, upcycled and independent designer deadstock
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We're finding the hidden gems barrried deep in the back of Nonna's closet.
The clothes that come from an era when garments were made to last and when style was synonomous with quality.
Where do we get our vintage?
Our selection of vintage pieces are sourced through a special partnership with a Non-profit women's organization.
Sometimes older garments just need a little tender love and care, or a little extra pizzaz added to bring them back to life.
Who does the upcycling?
When we get an outdated style we work with our network of top design students to bring them back to life.
Independent Designer Overstock
We're bringing the best of the archives of the coolest emerging independent designers out from the warehouse and into your heart- because "last season" is the new black.
Who are the Designers?
We're scouting the best of the best of the little brands that are making beautiful things. We're shedding light on the independent designers who are fighting the good fight against mass production.