Marks & Spencer launches rental service with Hirestreet for the first time
Fashion

You can now rent all of your favourite Marks & Spencer pieces from as little as £10

The high street stalwart has joined forces with rental platform Hirestreet to enable its customers to rent its latest spring collection. 

Following the success of debuting its autumn/winter collection on rental platform Hirestreet, Marks & Spencer has today unveiled its spring offering on the service.

Featuring a spring-ready line-up of dresses, trousers and blouses, the 40-piece collection is the second time Marks & Spencer has joined forces with Hirestreet.

Marks & Spencer launches rental service with Hirestreet for the first time
Marks & Spencer has dipped its toe into fashion rental with Hirestreet.

The collaboration, which is the largest in Hirestreet’s history, comes as Marks & Spencer endeavours to become a Scope 3 net-zero business by 2040.

“At Marks & Spencer, our focus is ensuring our product is more relevant, more often for our customers’ lives – that’s not just what we offer but how,” says Richard Price, the managing director of clothing and home at Marks & Spencer.

Marks & Spencer launches rental service with Hirestreet for the first time
Following the success of launching its autumn/winter collection on the site, Marks & Spencer is now renting its spring collection on Hirestreet.

98% of Hirestreet customers who rented from the Marks & Spencer’s autumn/winter collection said they would rent an M&S product again from the online platform, with 95% of Hirestreet customers said they were impressed with the quality of their products.

Hirestreet was founded in 2017 by Isabella West and specialises in high-street specific fashion rentals.

Rent Marks & Spencer from Hirestreet here.

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Images: courtesy of Marks & Spencer